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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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::. VOLUME 9, XUMIiER 27 CLEWISTON,. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION 2.00 YEARPLANS '
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BEING MADE MacWilliams' Bid of $635,855.50. Is CLEWISTON WOMANHAS



FOR ORGANIZATIONSCHOOL Low On Division; Seven of River WorkThe NARROW ESCAPEIN


BAND HERE' ROAD EXPLOSIONMrs.

McWilliams! Dredging Com- Dredging Company, and two Louisiana poration. They have several large

pany of Chicago, 111.,, submitted the firms, Valley Constnrction draglines and the company will no
I At a meeting held, at the school lowest bid opened by the District Company and Willbanks and Pierce.Of doubt divide their machinery for a Gus L. Cantrell, Gus Cant-
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house last Saturday afternoon and U. S. Engineer office:, In Jacksonville 'this group of contractors only the time ,between the Moore Haven and rell, Jr., and three other people in
attended by local school trustees, Monday for construction: of Division last named made bids on all three Canal Point jobs. the car with them narrowly escap-

M. VonMach.member of the County Seven of the Caloosahatchee River I sections and expressed their willingness :I Most ,of the work will probablybe ed death last Saturday near Arcadia

i Board" of Public Instruction and I work from Moore Haven to the present to take all three sections, in the done with draglines although it when a mysterious ,explosion blew, a

'; Mrs. E. W. Digges, chairman of the I Lock No.3, about five miles up I event they were low. Spadaro also is said that a section of the work section of the roadway over which

1 local P.-T. A., the question of organizing the river from LaBelle. Their bid bid on all three sections but wanted across Lake Hicpochee will probably they were riding high in the air and
a band in the .local school on the entire project was $635,855.50 .-I' only two of them. The others I have to be ,dug with 'a: hydraulic wrecked the front, end of' their car.

'; during the next term was discussed. or a unit price per cubic yard of wanted only one or two ,sections. I:! dredge because of the muck and The explosion occurred on the oldbrick

: The idea was enthusiastically received $.0973.. This bid was more than two The fact that the MacWilliams quicksand In the ,bed of the lake. Its pavement between Arcadia
by everyone present and Mrs. hundred thousand dollars less than I Company made such a low bid and rumored that the MacWilliams: and Dorr Field "on the road to Lake

Digges promised that it would be that of the next bidder on the jobas I have already successfully completedtwo Company will sub-contract a portionof Annie.

,i brought up at the meeting of the a whole, the Arundel Corporation separate contracts on the protective I the work but this rumor has not Mrs. Cantrell and Gus, with E. F.
Parent-Teachers to be held in the ,. which made a bid of $843,000. levee is sufficient reason toI I been verified. Spencer and Mrs. Ed Moore of

j near future with a view to having Third in line was the Sternberg believe that tie "contract will be Approximately six and a half mil- Venus and Charlie Williams, of

f that organization sponsor the organ-, Dredging Corporation of St. "Louis awarded as quickly as possible. The lion cubic ,Yards of material are to Sebring were scratched and shakenby
of band. Wash be from the river in this the blast but not seriously in-
ization the with a bid of $901,830.The I bid must be approved by the dredged
three contractors mentioned office I division in widening and deepeningthe jured. The front of the car was
Prof. Sturcheo, leader of the West I ington of the Army Engineers ,, '
: Palm Beach band at the present I above were the only ones bidding on and returned to the Jacksonville of- : channel to permit faster flow wrecked by the explosion ,which oc- I
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time and formerly leader. of the high ; the job as a' whole aside from the fice' before the contract may be let. 'o'f water, better drainage and flood curred immediately in front of themas
school band in Fort Myers when { government bid which was consider-: [!This usually requires about a week control. 420 calendar ays are allowed they drove along. I

F that band won first ,prize in state-I I Ii ably higher than ,the MacWilliamsbid. !;unless for some reason the awarding for the completion of the The following excerpts from the I
:b., wide competition, was present and Their unit price per cubic yard of the contract is held up. I i iI work from the date the contract Is account of the accident from thisweek's !

""- discussed the plan and costs. He 1 was $.1116. Several other contractors Within thirty days after the;:: officially awarded. Arcadian show what a, nal"I I
stated that if, twenty-five or more I made bids on one or' more 'sec- I awarding of the contract the con II Because of the fact that there' is row escape the party, had: 9
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p could be interested in the organization -, tions pf the three-section job but in,I tractor must have' started work en not enough water in the canal at Mrs., Cantrell said ,she was driving I
that he would make trips to I no instance did their bids come be- I the project. It is believed that work I the present time to float a big at about 35 miles an hour, when .

Clewiston each 'week, give a two-J low that of the successful bidder. I will start even sooner than the thirty 'I I I dredge, the work will probably startat suddenly just ahead a cloud of i
1 hour period of instruction to ,the I Included in these other companies days period allowed. The Mac- the lake end of the project aria bricks arose: in the air and the car !

band and individual instruction: to I bidding were:, Atlantic DredgingCo. I Williams, Company is at the present progress westward. smashed into, them The radiator 1 I
d.. each of the twenty-five or more( ., of Lakeland, Clark Dredging time engaged in constructing a I Bids were opened in JacksonvilleJuly was crushed in,. the hood smashed, !

members at a nominal cost. Prof. Company, of Miami, Paul Smith, of I stretch, of levee between Canal Point I 31 for the construction' of the lights bent and battered, and the ;

Sturcheo was formerly a member of Haines City, Hill Dredging Com- and Port Myacca which they, subcontracted lock and spillway at ,Ortona, near windshield shattered, beside other
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of Atlantic Arundel the west end of this contract. damage to the car ,as the bricks descended I
the John Phillip Sousa band and pany, City, Spadaro from the Cor- ,
I or whizzed past. Luckily the J
plays well every instrument. Accompanying -
--- driver and other occupants of the :
him was Prof. Schoff,
who is a teacher of the piano-ac-: Harrington Makes I Motorcade From West. car escaped serious injury although
SCHOOL BOARD WILL they were shaken up and received
cordian. Prof Schoff stated that if

there were sufficient interest manifested -I Hole In One On Coast, Scheduled for, a few cuts'Bricks from In broken Evidence glass. .

in learning this, instrumenthere I
HOLD FIRST MEETING The car was towed' In without the
that he would accompany Prof. I Local Golf Course Sunday. Is Postponed bricks having been removed and
Sturcheo on his trips here and give
stood in the garage with the mute
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TOMORROWCircumstances
HERE evidence of disaster. One paving
The P.-T. A. has done a splendid! J. J. Harrington, VicePresidentand The motorcade from, Fort flyer
brick had crushed the glass of one
work in the school ,during past years General Manager of the U. S. I'I --..-.,--.- and neighboring West Coast towns of the headlights and lodged on the
and under the capable leadership of Sugar Corporation became the which prevented which was scheduled to visit the
inside. Another brick had lodged
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1 Mrs. Digges the organization is expected fourth memQ' of Clewiston's hole j I I the attendance of Drew Hampton, Lake section last Sunday to view under the hood beside the engine,
to function efficiently inoneclub/ Wednesday afternoon, hurricane gates in
fully as I the levees and
of LaBelle chairman of the County and a mass of several pieces of
if not more so this year than in when a.drive on hole number 6 of!} ,. the Government's project of flood brick
caused locked together with cement
Board of Public Instruction,
1 the past. If the proper interest is tie<; local course traveled straightand control 'and hurricane protection in
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rode on the running board., Many
I ; shown and it is made possible for true to land on the edge of the I I the ,postponement of the first meeting this 'vicinity was called off last Sat-
minor evidences of the with
( and roll into the This of the county board in Clewiston, .\ Impact:
;[.j the Parent-Teachers to sponsor the green cup. rl urday because there was not enough brick
I flying were also suown.
(t. band and make it a success, it will was a 170-yard shot made with ,a I which was scheduled to have been .int rest shown to warrant the trip.A Sheriff Frank Platt who
Deputy ,
Jlii.: be a great thing, not only for the number: 3 iron. I I held last Saturday, until Saturday; 'telegram was received: from the "
r went to of the accident
scene
I If week. will beheld
this The
of meeting
r S Clewiston school but for the town ast Mr. Harrington was playing a'1 auditorium at I Blaine McGrath, secretary of the shortly after ,it happened, said he
the school
f well. With such a band to play for three-some with F. :Q. Duff and J. at : i Lee County Chamber 'of Commerce found one brick a distance of 75
in afternoon and
the
J' civic clubs, entertainments, etc., W. Moran: at the time. He modestly I interested 2:00 in the welfare everyone of 'the Saturday by D. G. Alston,, who was steps from the hole In the pavement
r, Clewiston will rank with much larger passes it off.as a lucky shot but Mr.. be in charge cf arrangements for a where the explosion hid occurred.
towns in things of that kind. Owen states that it was a beautiful county schools""l' are urged to picnic supper here, saying that' the Whether it was blown that distanceby

A meeting will be held in the shot, well'played, and in no sense present. motorcade had been indefinitely the impact of the explosion or

school auditorium on Friday night, of the' word lucky. Mr. Harringtonwas I This is the first meeting, ,, of the postponed. A letter followed giving was knocked away by the car hit-

August 30th, at which time those in u'nusually'fine form, com- county school board to be held in the reasons. ting it Is not known, but probablythe
in having pleting the round with a thirty- Clewiston and is the result of a motion '
who interested W.
parents are The motorcade, suggested by latter theory Is more liable to
their children join the band will eight. j made by M. E. VonMach, Clew- P. Franklin, of Fort Myers and be correct. 'The' car hit the mass of
t. have them registered. Any of the This is the fourth time that a iston member of the board and pass- bcr of Commerce, was at first sche- brick in midair, and hurled them
teachers, patrons or people of the hole-in-one has ben made on the I ed at the last regular meeting duled to take place on July 4. It with much force to considerable
town who would like instruction in Clewiston course. The first was whereby meetings 'will be held hereon sponsored by the Lee County Cham- distance.

playing some musical instrument made by Dick White, a former resident odd months of the year and in was postponed from that time to Repairs were made by men from
may register at the same time. Prof. on the same number 6 hole. LaBelle, the county seat, on the even Sunday the 12th and this second the state road department shortly

. Sturcheo will bring a band from Billy Redelsheimer made the second I months so that Clewiston school postponement indicates that the visit -I I after the explosion and the' road was
West Palm Beach to entertain that on Number 3, H. A. Bestor made the patrons may attend and know will never take place. The trip r opened for traffic again in "a short
evening.M. third on Number 3. The Number 3 something of the board's plans with-', was first planned after a group of ; time.

E, VonMach, Clewiston mem- hole is 135 yards. cut making the long trip to LaBelle: East Coast residents formed a very IIoiul is an Old One
ber of the Board of Public Instruc- A'majority of the school patrons of successful motorcade 'to the Lake This stretch of brick paving which

tion states that he is well pleased I C. B. Berner To Build ,the county live In Clewiston and vi- region, ending their trip. at Clewis- was built out toward Dorr Field

with the attitude taken by P.-T.' A. cinity. ton. about 1918, was originally a nar-
officials and is hopeful that they New Home Here Among the many things of Inter- row road, but a few years ago the
will vote to sponsor the band move- Jest which are expected to be taken ClewistonEngineersShutout state highway department built

ment. He feels that, in a school as I up at the meeting tomorrow is, first four-foot shoulders on cither side.
large as Clewiston's that conditions Construction of a new $7,500 of all, the hiring of a new teacher Frostproof While there seems no question about
4& are deplorable when there is a lack home for Carl H. Berner on the corner ,for the third grade.! There has never t the explosion resulting from heat
'\", of musical appreciation, and hopes' of Osceola' Street and Arcade j I been a teacher for, this grade but be- expansion, it is difficult to under-
that the organization may be per- Avenue will be 'started next week byJ. !cause of the fact that home econom- The Clews :ton-Englneer baseball stand why the bricks have laid for
F. Tippey who has been I ics will not be taught in the Clew- undisturbed heat
fected to where instruction may awardedthe team won their second straight shutout : all these years by
start ,the first week in September. contract for th'e building. I icton schools this year there is room game from the Frostproof, team Several degrees greater! than prevailed -
Mr. VonMach stated further that he The home will be of brick and tile for the third graders to have a room I Saturday afternoon.The .
believed the town of Clewiston to I construction of the Colonial type. and a teacher to themselves. The on the local diamond Sunday after brick were of large: and heavy

be far above the average in appre-. 'On the first floor will be located the I election of substitute teachers, noon by a score of 11-0. The Clew- paving type, and were laid on.a ..and

ciation of. such things and that the large: living room, dining room and I awarding of bus driving, contracts, iston team Defeated( them on their (Continued on Page 8)),
town would work wholeheartedlyto Kitchen with bath and a spacioushall i( date of 'school opening, length of home diamond on the preceding:

make the movement a success. way. On the second floor there I i[' term and several other things' are Sunday by a score of 12-0. I I Nail-Little"
will be three large bed rooms, child- to be considered and it will be worth The local team was in fine form

ren's room and bath. j the while of every school patron to and Walker, on the mound, gave the \
Finnegan ,and Owen, to I I The dimensions of the main building I be present at this meeting. visitors little chance at s ori"r-:. The many friends of Miss Ruth

are 26'x36' with a small porchat : Several changes are being made I keeping the batters constantly b.f' Little and Walker F. Nail. Jr., will
Play in Golf Finals front of the house ,and a large in the local school this year. One of. fled with a menu of curves, fast and be surprised to learn of their mar-
porch, 10' x 22' on the side. Mr. the class looms is being divided for slow balls. riage last Saturday fn LaBelle.
Berner states that both of the porches the new third grade room. A por-' With the score one to nothing in County Judge H. A. Kid'r officiated.Mrs. .
Fr. F. J. Finnegan and W. C. will have concrete floors and he lion of another class loom will be favor of the local team in the sixth Nail, a former student of the
Owen will meet next Sunday on the expects to have the larger porch t:i used 'as the principal's office and the inning, the Frostproof defense broke :I Florida Barber and Beauty College
Clewiston golf course ,in a' thirty- screened in at a' later date. He estimates present office of the principal will down and the Clewiston boys had of Sciences In Jacksonville has
six hole match to determine the the probable length of time I be converted into a lost room and scored' ten runs' before'the third out I I been operating the Christian Beauty
ner of the American win-I
Legion
for completion as between seventy-' music ro n 1. Another class room is was written up con tl'o score book Parlor here for the past two months
cap golf tournament. The five and ___.. __ _. .
ninety days. j being divided to prevent classes havIng '" I and during her short residence l here
G. the match will receive a beau-I This will be, when finished, one to meet on the back of the stagein Mr. and Mrs. A. Southard entertained has made many friends. 'She is ,the
tiful Sterling silver loving cup and of the finest homes in Clewiston andit the auditorium which 'crowded Mr. and Mrs., M. P. peter- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lit-

the runner-up will also receive a is rumored that this only the beginning i I conditions last term made necessary.., son at dinner Tueday night on th1 tle, of Atmore, Ala.
handsome
tro'p y. of a building program which j -_. -,-- ------ eve of their 'departure for Maine: Mr.! Nail,' son of W. F. Nail, of
Father Finnegan advanced, to the will see many new, homes added in I The two leading hotels at FortI where 'they will make their home: Moore Haven, is connected with the

finals by defeating W. C. Prewitt the town. I I,Pierce, Fla., which have been closing Michigan was played during the evening -!' Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, and,
last week in their semi-final match y i, during the summer months, 'Other guests were Mr.\ and has been working out of the Clew-
2 and 1, Mr. Owen won' over J. B. Mrs. II. L. Delaney of LaBelle'have I decided to remain open the Mrs.-J. W. Bruce. The Petersons I iston office for several months.
Dotterer 3 and 2. Both Mr. Owen visited her daughter, Mrs. H. H. year around because of the great were also entertained the following The young couple will make their

and Father Finnegan entered the Turner and Mr. Turner Several' 1 I travel ,In both winter and summer morning at breakfast by ]Mr, hod homo in Clewiston and are stayingfor

tournament: with the same handicap. dayS this week. months jn Florida. Mrs "tt H.,- CQUiQs.- the present at the Watanabe,

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THE .CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935


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In business would Improve the revenue REPUBLICAN senators were *d- -

BRISBANE CURRENT EVENTS expected by the treasury. The Presi- vised that former President tier- Let Our Motto Be

dent counted on $3,711,000,000 comingIn bgrt Hoover will not be a candidate for

during the 1935 fiscal year. Re- the Republican nomination In the Pres- GOOD HEALTHBY

I ceipts proved to be 3785000000. Identlal race of 1936. DR. LLOYD ARNOLD

t f THIS WEEK PASS IN REVIEW S They were advised Professor of Btcttriolory and Preventive /
Medicine,University of I llinoif.
AFTER one of the bitterest legisla- that Mr. Hoover would College of Medicine. p't

fights of recent years the make the formal an-
t. Possible Four Kinds --------------------------
War
house voted 216 to 146 'against the nouncement some time

f 10,000 Million Questions PRESIDENT PLANS TO AID YOUTH "death clause" of the utilities bill, a this summer. He is MOTORING HAS GOOD

t", Our Large Gold Pile -TAX-RICH BILL HELD provision put upon the measure when staying out It was INFLUENCE ON HEALTHA

: Knows Too Much at Four OVER. the senate passed It by one vote to said, because he In-

Russian newspapers, speaking abolish' In seven years all public utility v tends to remain In private cartoonist a Chicago newspaper

t:, officially, accuse Japan of stirring By EDWARD W. PICKARD holding companies which the securi- life and has depicted a scene the other day that

:. up trouble along ( Western Newspaper Union. ties commission deemed "unnecessary." planned his future career had a very enticIng -

__ The Interstate commerce committeeof _. along that line I I appeal. 11
border k
__ the Russian between sixteen and twenty- -
YOUTH the. house voted to give the commis- For his active critl- showed a man seat-
to "bringon be served $50,000,000 for a H erbert
sion immediate discretionary author-' clsms of admlnlstra. ed at his desk, all
grave com nation-wide Job hunt and further train- Hoover
final of the tion policies the of rush
ity. After the passage rea- sorts or.
plications. men and women to hold
Ing of young utilities bill It will go to a conference son was given that although he does A ders around him
A protest carries jobs after they get
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: Stalin'swarning them, through Presi- committee to have the differences not "choose to run" he thought the and through the _

Japan between the two houses Ironed out. party needed some sort of direction; window a man witha
to dent Roosevelt's new
r now that his candidacy Is shelved, It cowboy hat la-
that a continuation "National Youth ad-
f of ministration," Itself PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT asked Is expected that his political utterances beled "The Call of

these Incident administered under A congress to prevent holders of fed- will be clothed In considerably less- authority the Outdoors" was

bonds from suing the gov- In
"may have serious the works-relief pro- eral gold reaching and
I II consequences gram by Miss Jose- ernment for damages they may have The Informers, however, assured the grabbing him bv

I:: In the phine Roche assistant suffered because the New Deal went senators that Mr. Hoover would get the vest, was yell-

relations of Russia secretary of the. treasury back on the gold payment pledge. behind the party's candidate and enter Ing: "Ylppel Well,

L and Japan, and Aubrey Williams The Chief'Executive asked that an the campaign for him, and that he tun my hide! Look what 1 found

and In the assistant to appropriation be made for Secretary of thinks, with unification growing, the hibernatin' In here-C'mon out an' git
peace ,
Arthur OrUbane Far East." -:.,,--.... Harry L. Hopkins, the Treasury Morgenthau to pay oft Republican prospects are looking some sunshine Yippee !" And over
,' In cash to bond holders brighter day by day.pAPT. the cartoon
If Russia and Japan should have Aubrey works-progress administrator $8,000,000,000 was the caption, "The
I';' a serious disagreement, Russia's William. who demanded Immediate cash pay- First Time You Open the Window
'. ment. ''Bond holders who plan to con- ANTHONY EDEN, England'sjourneyman Real Wide on a Warm Spring Day."
of subma-
: : equipment In the way The new organization will endeavor to:
vert their bonds into cash and buy foreign trouble shooter, electrified It was good health advice that grin-
400
rines and airplanes] all within 1. Find employment In private In-
will be given 100 paper dol- the British Isles ning cowboy
[ gold by announcingthat gave.
miles of Tokyo, would probably enable dustry for unemployed youth
for .$100 gold bond. They con- Great Britain had offered to
i\" other countries to stop worry 2. Train and retrain for industrial, lars a give When spring comes it's good for us
ing about Japan's military plans. technical and professional employment tend that because it takes $1.69 to buy Halle Selassie emperor of Abyssinia, to do like the bears-quit hibernatingand
: what was $1 worth of gold before the a generous strip of British Somaliland
into
the
opportunities. get out sunshine. And if
England does not approve of 3. Provide for a continuing attend- New Deal, they should be paid $169 in to replace territory acquired by Italy, you have a family bus, it's time to send

Mussolini's plans In Abyssinia, and ance at high school and college. cash. if the Italian government would prom- out for the latest road map, and away

I' the question arises Would England 4. Provide works-relief projects designed The President's stand was that the ise not to wage war against the domain for a week-end vacation trip. f ''..

close the Suez canal the short cut to meet the needs of youth. privilege of suing was an "act ofgrace" of Africa's "Conquering Lion of e
bestowed by the government. The highways have always played
Judah.
for Italian troops and supplies to The average payment for youths on
that the privilege be with- an important part in the health and
.' Abyssinia? Will Italian airplanes relief work will be $15 a month ; those He asked Nothing doing, said Premier Mussolini
forbidden to fly over the Suez going to high school would be given $6a drawn from the holders of gold bondsto who has turned a deaf ear to habits of man. There has ever been-
the of the courts "In aid an effort to make them safe from a
prevent use all Britain's proposals of an Italo-Ethl-
canal area? month ; college, $15 a month.
The answer as to closing of the The problem of what to do with the of efforts to sabotage the operationsof opian compromise. He was reportedas health standpoint In Ancient[ times
1'be. the government or In'aid of private Intending to right 'ahead with lepers and other unclean persons were
Suez canal by Britain would prob- youth who finishes school supposedly go
excluded from the highways, for It
ably be no. England would not voluntarily equipped to make his real start In speculation. his plan of a four-years' war to effect

: provoke hostilities with life, and finds what few Jobs there the complete pacification of the African was early recognized that pestilence-
HUGH S. JOHNSON, once walked from community to community
Italy.] She really wants peace. But, are are given to older and married men GEN empire. He insists that there
with the footsteps of
man.
to direct the $3,000,000-
how easily war could come French and women, as well as the youth whoIs must be more room in Africa for over-
000 public works program, was namedto The world In which we live Is nowa
against: German or English against unable to finish school because of populated Italy to expand.
direct a comparatively small part much bigger one. We can easily
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Italian or Japanese against Russian poor circumstances, has been one of
f\ President's travel three hundred miles in di-
of the now I any
,' the most discouraging aspects of the OECRETARS of the Navy Swanson
k s- rection within a day. We familiar
$4,000,000,000 W 0 r are ns
entire depression. The ,NYA will at- ws asked bids from private yards on
; Germany undertakes to establish relief schedule. As director and conversant with a-geographical -
divisions set vessels and to
tempt to remedy It by 13 was prepared nego-
: "family tree" for each of Its ,works-relief several I
a of area hundred milessquare
I up to work with private Industry and ;4'j tiate for 11 more, launching the navy's
E 66,000,000 Inhabitants, which means In New York city he as our grandparents were witha
1935-36 construction within 20
F schools in each state, co-ordinated by program
asking, answering, writing down will co-ordinate the thirty mile area.
,national headquarters In Washington. hours after receiving the required
t. ten thousand million questions. program In that area. funds from congress. Included In the The development of automotive

; The sensible] answer would be, "1t With the famed fight- program are: Two new cruisers of power has changed our life In many

I descended from Adam, with heaven LEGISLATIVE administration lead- Ing Jaw determinedlyset 10,000 tons ea-cb. equipped with six- ways. The social and family environ-
In a frenzy of anxiety -
knows how mixtures in ,
many rn> he revealed the ment has been altered. We compare
M Inch guns and at least four airplanes
President's tax-the- 1
to hitch the
blood on the way up, but Hitler four conditions under
f' apiece; one aircraft carrier, three ourselves with more people. We are
rich to the resolution extend-
would not that. Young program the
accept which he accepted broader minded In that
.f see
we can
excise .__ heavy destroyers, twelve light destroyers
ing the so-called "nuisance" '""""'
i couples getting marriage licenses new job : and six submarines. more and therefore, judge values from
taxes thereby speeding It through the
rJ are questioned : "What were Gen. Johnson He will
your get no pay a better perspective. There is less difference -
Washington legislative factory In four
r' eight great-grandparents Mice Did only $7,800 for a year's expenses. (He In social customs dress and
everywhere
were urged
[ they have Negroid or Jew'lshf days, suddenly disclaimed any intentionof this dur... CITIZENS
any such procedure, and let the$500,000- got $6,000 a year for purpose General Cummings to living standards In adjacent communities. -
f\} blood? ing most of his time as keeper of the assist the federal government In The residents of Hose Creek and
-
extension ride
000
tax along unappended.
"Were they fond of telling tho Blue Eagle.) His job will end October "cracking down" on bucket shops Turkey Run no longer regard each
will consider the taxation
Congress new -
truth? Did! they have imagination, 1, unless he and the administrationagree which are swindling other with suspicion. In other words, '\
during early July.
t. driving power?" program' that ,it shall continue. He will have
become homogenous.
Is the public out of millions we a more
This expected to producesome
Ten thousand million foolish program of four a f'=
questions $340,000,000 In new revenue, principally devote a minimum days of dollars. He population. This Is very Importantfrom
r would seem to set a new reeord. week to his official duties. And he declared health The
a standpoint. com
that
from inheritance and gift taxes a nationwide -
will consult with Mayor Fiorello H. that has had hahit of
increased taxes on the highest Income chain Is munity a an un

The "greatest" country in the brackets, and corporation taxes grad- La.Guardia as far as possible, but will operating. Most of balanced diet, with consequent general

world supposed to be the most intelligent uated from 10 per cent to 17% per cent. be responsible to Harry L. Hopkins. 1 their victims are doc- Illness of the population can now see

owns some tons of gold, The program has been held up as a tors, lawyers, professors the error of Its ways and apply[ the

, ; called 'worth" nine thousand million sweetmeat to placate the sugar palateof NEW YORK'S Harlem and its kin- and business men, remedy. No community wants a reputation -

dollars. Louisiana's Kingfish Actually, a negro populations throughout he said. for disease.

We, do not use, the. gold] or even wealth of $340,000,000 shared among the land resounded In jubilation, "We know the Another important health Influencedue !

: invest part of it In adequate 'national : 120,000,000 Americans would amount to with chicken an' ham in every fryin' ..... names of the ringlead- to hard roads and automobiles Is

," defense that would (protect about $2.S3 a head-all of which wouldbe pan and juniper juice flowing freely, -a R- ers," said Mr. Cum- the greater amount of time people now

It. We are afraid some one m:1t .\' applied to a public debt of $29- as Joe %Louis, the first great brown Atty. Gen. mings, "but It will spend in the fresh air and sunshine.In .

t- come, with better airplanes. and sub 000,000,000 and a budget of $8.500- hope of pugilism since Jack Johnson, Cummings take co-operation of the country we used to go to townIn

;' marines than ours, and steal it ; a<, 000,000, anyway. established himself as a real threatto both the public and legitimate brokersto the buggy or wagon when It was

the government will dig a deep hole The net taxable worth of the 133 the world's heavyweight boxing put them where they belongbehindthe neccessary. City dwellers did very

far from the coast, put In it a hu e estates which paid taxes based on a championship.The bars." little traveling. Now with the automobile

safe and hide away the gold lump, valuation of $1,000,000 each IE 1933 was Detrolter cut Primo Camera Most of the victims believe that they we joyously seek the open road.It .

that is used only to Impress the $284,000,000. If the government had Italian human skyscraper to ribbonsfor have lost their money legitimately, he Is only during rainy or stormy

t. financial[ Imagination of the world taxed these estates 100 per cent, seIzIng five rounds knocked him down said and are afraid of complaining to weather that we stay Indoors. From a

and keep foreigners from knocking] them entirely, they would have three times In the sixth, and was de- federal officers because they are In health viewpoint this is as It shouMbe.

r if' down our currency been worth only $2.37 a head to the clared the winner by technical knock- debt after they have been "cleaned.." The ride after supper that so
out In a bout at the Yankee stadium.
American If the
population govern- many people take nowadays providesa
Dolores Anne Diamond, only four ment confiscated all Income of more SOVIET Russia, through Its ambas period of relaxation, and It allow*

surprised teachers in a Schenectady than $1,000.000 In 1933, it would have THE week's peak In crime was In Tokyo, warned *the Jap- for restful digestion and family visit-

kindergarten. She said the games', taken an army of trucks loaded with when Detroit police found anese government that Japanese Man Ing. It Is much better than stayin?

for little children bored her. and small change, to distribute It, for each Howard Carter Dickinson, prominentNew chukuan boats must keep out of home to wash the dishes.

she could recite, the alphabet back- American would get only 45 cents. York attorney and nephew of Soviet waters In. the Far East or the arises
une question that naturally (
ward. Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, consequences will fall on the shoul-
Is Are contagious diseases spread -
:
Dolores was moved to the first THE federal government began a lying dead In a ditch beside a lonely ders of the Japanese Manchukuan au- by automobile travel than they pmore -

grade and could have gone hi;het fiscal year with Intentions of Rouge park road with a bullet throughhis thorities. The ambassador listed a were before the use of such rapid

She has the Intelligence of a. childof spending more money than in any pre- head and another through his chest. series of alleged]] violations of Soviet and easy transportation Increased human -

fourteen. vious year of peace. Mr. Roosevelt an- Dickinson a law associate of territory, adding that "these viola- contact? The answer Is that the

Usually it Is better for a child to nounced that he would spend $8,520- Charles Evans Hughes Jr., had' beenIn tions may bring serious consequencesIn health level of the population Is much

/' develop slowly and normally. The 000,000, of which $4,582,000,000 will go Detroit on business of the $40,000000 ,- the relations between the U. S. S. R. better than It ever was before. ThereIs

Infant prodigy is usually dull later. for "recovery and relief.-1 He expectsthe estate of the late William H. and Japan In the cause of peace in the plenty of fresh air to be had ona

Perhaps little Dolores' will be an treasury to collect $3,991,000,000.No I Yawkey. Apparently he had driven Far East. trip and lots of sunshine and little

exception, like Mozart and at It doesn't add up. The deficit for to Rouge park while on a drinking He spoke of attacks on the Soviet dust. This keeps tne healthy person

eighteen, as wise as Ilypatla. witha the new fiscal year will be $4,528,000- party after business hours. His com- guard which were maneuvered to appear well and aids the sickly person to

happier ending. 000 it Is estimated.The panions on the ride who were William as If they had taken place on.
regain health, and the sickly person
fiscal year just passed came to Schweitzer Detroit underworld character Manchukuan territory, It was alleged]]
has no contact with the healthy travelers
Lloyd George In spite of his sev- an end with the public debt at a new and three burlesque-show girls, that four Soviet guards had been at- [ In other automotive vehicles. The

enty-two years returns to active peace-time peak of $28,605,000,000, still all of whom he had picked up at his tacked and killed that Japanese guns stimulating effect of the air forced

politics. He hates the "arid atmosphere some shy of the $31,000,000,000 the hotel in the motor city, fled the scene had played on Soviet settlements from automobile-
against the body during
of political controversy" and President estimated a year ago. To and were.traced to Fort Wayne, Ind., the Manchukuan side of the Amur. travels Is a good tonic. Germs are-

returns to active politics only because finance the new budget, he had counted where they were arrested. "The Soviet government expects the carried from the sick to the well per-

he believes that world conditions in part upon the $500,000,000 extension After several days of grilling by police Japanese government to adopt urgent son by shoe leather, not by the air

are growing worse, and "from of '"nuisance" taxes just the four confessed they had plotted energetic measures to prevent further wind.It .

the point of view of peace are passed by congress, but not upon the the murder to rob Dickinson. provocative action by local Japanese or

worse than before 1914." tax-the-rich program which the New I Sweitzer admitted firing the shots. Manchukuan military authorities," said Is intimate contact such as cough

Dealers hope to jockey through some Their loot was $134. the ambassador. ing, sneezing and touching with the-

Mr. Werner Kahn district leaderof time In August Estimates have It hands, that transfers contagious mate

"Hitler Youth," says Nazi doctrines that this will net another $340,000,000.The D ETERMINED that what goes up HANK O'lJAY, veteran National rials. Happy and contented people are ., j

have become Germany's real expenditure for the past year Is must stay up, Fred and Al Key,. baseball umpire, who has ; healthy folk. You see more laughs and ,

religion, and "the time must come only $7,258,000,000 Instead of $8,571- endurance fliers, broke the world's] been calling 'em 'as he saw 'em as longas I smiles among automobile- travelers than I..t.r

when entry Into the Hitler Youth 000,000 forecast at the start of the time record for keeping a plane aloft any player In the game today can remember you do among the passengers in the

organization will take the place I year. The deficit was $3,472,347,000 landing after 653/ hours In the air and before that, died of pneu- staterooms of the de luxe transconti-

now occupied by Catholic or Proto Instead of the proposed $4,869,000.000. at Meridan, Miss. They passed the monia In Chicago. He had been player nental trains.

estant confirmation" If the expenditures outlined in the unofficial endurance record of 647 manager and umpire [In his long and
Furthermore, The one thing that the person; traveling -
the 1936 budget reach the estimated total, hours, 28 minutes and 30 seconds set memorable career. He will doubtlessbe
young gentleman says "I de- Into "unknown parts" should
the public debt on. July 1 next year In 1930 by Dale Jackson and Forest remembered In sport until the end '
clare to all enemies of Hitler Youth I look out for Is contamination of food
tHat the fuehrer is ourfaith and would stand at 34239000000. O'Brien at St Louis. Days before of time for calling the famous "bone-I o'r water. Typhoid[ fever and dysen-
During the next year the President they had soared over the official mark head" play In which Fred Merkle, In a
national socialism is our religion. teries are about the only diseases you ,
OL Klnr Features Syndicate. Inc. expects to spend $4,880,000,000 for relief of 553 hours 51 minutes and 30 seconds world series game failed to touch first need guard against
WNII Service. and for the employment of 3,500- set at Chicago by John and Ken- base a play known to every fan In

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1935 i


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:' "It's too early for them to yard. In his office talking! to a pale, slendw i

"Yes, but the snow may get deep young man whose blue -eyes smiled I

enough any day to bunch them." genially. Genially, yes, but in that ,

The MAN FROM YONDER "Snow !I" he said ,and shrugged. "If quality was a flaw, one might have observed I)

6 It gets deep In a hurry the deer will on close scrutiny. Familiaritywith Why

1; yard all right and, maybe, I'll be licked Limpy Holbrook might not breed Jo you spray? .

and a little girl done out of all she has contempt ; but, surely, In an alert man, FOR RESULTS / I

In the world." it would stir an awareness for the need Will cheap quality spray

by HAROLD TITUSCopyright "All she has In the world? Meaning of caution soon o'r later. do the job.u LtWhat's NOJ
just what?" Brandon
now nodded slowly.
1928-1934, Harold Titus. WNU Service. the ?
"If you live In Tincup and know the "All right. Don't start until dark. answer

.> @ town 'you must know about the owner And do Just as I've told you ; don't for- BEST REFUSE Demand SUBSTITUTES, KILLS
,
!I of this property. '. This Is the Hoot
get to give yourself plenty of time. BY FLIES
THE STORY FROM THE BEGINNINGBen FLY-TOX
Owl timber." You can't travel fast"
10.QQOTESTS SPIDERS &
A queer smile twitched at the girl's "I get you, Mr. Brandon." TA
Klltott-from "Yonder"-p.rrlves at the lumbering town of Tincup, with
Don Stuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended.: 'He defeats Bull Duval, lips. "Have lOU That Is, has he MOSQUITOES
"king of the river," and town bully, In a logr-birllnff contest. Nicholas Brandon, 'Sometimes I think I do ; as often, ever seen you?"
the town's leading citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave I wonder what she's like really "He came into the pool room and I !
town and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks' him down. Elliott Is arrested and like. happen to be Dawn McManus." sold him tobacco the other day. We :
finds a friend In Judge Able Armitage. The Judge hires him to run the one lumber ffworth
camp, the Hoot Owl. that Brandon has not been able to grab. This belongs Ben Elliott opened his mouth as If visited a minute." Fooi-nofe";

..... to Dawn McManus, daughter of Brandon's old ,partner, who has disappeared witha to speak. Then closed it again and "Friendly] ?" .
murder charge hanging over his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat up Ben. made a foolishly helpless movement "Nothing but?" The open smile had remembering! !
'-, and Ben worsts him In a fist fight and throws him out of camp. Don Stuart" dies, with on'e hand. lie stared at her and the cast of a leer as Holbrook made
be when the becomes too Ben
leaving a letter for Elliott "to used going tough.
refuses to open the"'letter, believing he1 can win the fight by his own efforts. Fire began to stammer. reply. i
breaks out In the mill. Ben, leading the victorious fight against the flames that "Why I Why, you Why, "The pool room's a good place for
threatened to win the fight for Brandon, discovers the fire was started with Ointment j
Able said He laughed out- you to be, Limpy. Great center for I
gasoline. Elliott gets an offer of spot cash for logs, that will provide money to
tide him over. But a definite time limit Is; set. right, then, as his misconception be- news. Well You keep oa reporting For hot, tired, aching, burning i

came clear. "Oh, If I'd given it a sec- everything that's said there. feet, a light application; of

ond thought'I'd have known I Able first Good night. Cntlcnra Ointment -
CHAPTER VContinued9 "Strange," she said, "that yon shouldbe told me about you as a little girl. It Holbrook limped out and Brandon, rubbed in, after bathing, ,gently the

lost. From the way you make your- stuck in my head ; a little girl! But alone, puffed for a time on his cigar. feet in a suds of warm water and

"1 saw your trail. That Is, I ." self comfortable in the woods I'd sayyou'd that was years ago, of course. Next, he opened a lower, drawer and Cntlcnra Soap relieves the
i *
How different, this beginning, from the been born in timber. Gee Why, then you're lost in drew out a bottle of whisky. Only one tired muscles,soothes the eki.n and

manner of address he had planned "From the way you know woodcraft your back yard, as you might say." drink remained !In it. He frowned. A gives comfort and reet.

He felt called upon, now, to explain his when you see it, I'd say it's as strange "I was," she corrected. "But a few year ago he had procured that liquor;

'f.':. presence on her trail rather than to that you should be lost !I" minutes ago I heard some one sing for nearly twelve months it had been

demand a reason for her being there. "What I know of the woods was out; and just now the cook called the scarcely touched. But since the night

.> "I saw your trail," he began again, learned years ago. One gets rusty, crew to supper." that old Don Stuart died its contents PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM

"and I thought It seemed to nieyou I've discovered. Who are you and "Then why didn'tou-" had been drawn upon frequently. His + Removes DudrafT-StopsHtlr Falling I

might be' a little lost." what are you doing here?" "Because I was rather curious to discover .- hands shook a bit as he lifted the bot Imparts Color and f
Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
"As a matter of fact, I am completely Her directness quite took his breath. what sort of man Is standing tie to his lips, now, but after drinking ;rJ COe and(1. .00 at Drnraistj.foiChfrn i!I
H! .
;' "Well, name's Ben Elliott if Win.Putghogne.'N Y"
;:\ turned around, she said. "It was my between me and poverty, -perhaps new strength began to surge throughhis
FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use inconnectionwithParker'sHairBnlsam.Makesthe !
silly of me to come Into the woods, that means anything to you. And Iwas ironically, this. "And, of course, I body and he smiled. He lookedat i
looking for somebody who has no hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail at drug'
especially on a day like this, without knew you weren't lost. his watch after a time and then or
Chemical
gists.Hiscox Works PatchogueN.Y.
-'f a compass. But I did and hereI business to be here. Who are you and Elliott flushed on that. out into the street. After a time he I,

am !1" She was eyeing him closely what brings you into this timber?" "I played at being lost myself so I'd rose and walked to the wall telephone.

now, as though searching for some He was bound, now, to break throughher have a chance to talk to you. I'm glad "Give me Miss Coburn's house, will

special detail of face or figure. aloofness. I did unless it has offended you?" he asked the operator. "Hello !
"
\ Lost He thought: a lost Diana "That, she replied, however, "is you."
Miss CoAh, Dawn Its Uncle
.
', :, "I kept losing my bearings and had largely my own a'.Tair. But, Mr. El- "No. I'm I'm only ready togo Nick talking. Want to go to the movie / 1 1
?f' trouble getting oriented and am getting liott, if you should guess that I was in, now" tonight?"
{" .: i little tired. It simply trying to lose a certain unpleasant I
: was so silly Down She adjusted the harness of her 1
She seemed to hesitate and he tilted suffer burning
you scanty or
:' right stupid If know this mood in the woods where I DO
you coun- shoes dexterously and they set out. On
his head Then
sharply, lips parted. frequent urination backache
:.: ., '. try you can set me right. I should once was quite happy, you wouldn't be the way to camp Ben tried to talk to her voice ; "
1,'.:';' came. headache, dizziness, swollen feet and
be back in Tincup before far from right"She
long or they'llworry. her further but her responses were brief
'* :.".. ." spoke incisively and unhesitat- and non-committal. Her Interest "It's nice of you to think of me, Mr. ankles? Are you tired, nervous-feel !
:.;' but appeared Brandon. But I don't think I care to all and don't know what is
Ben wondered quickly and Irrelevantly ingly It seemed to him that behind to be only poorly aroused even unstrung
n.'" who They be. this brusquesness was something quite go with you tonight""Oh ? I'
:., might Yes, on such a vital matter as the operation wrong
he said
; he could get her out. In half hour diffeiODt ; something he could not ; sorry, genially enoughbut Then
',. a of her property, and so finally he give some thought to your !
his brows "Another
'z/. he could have her in his camp and fathom. He was about to remind her gave up trying to make talk and broke gathered. l kidneys Be sure they function proper I

:-.., send her on her way to town. But that she had not ,yet revealed her trail thinking that now' the job would time, then, ly,for functional kidney disorder permits j I
':. In a half hour And with her man- Identity when she went on : have added zest that like "Perhaps. i
girl the blood
an a excess waste to stay in ,
Her receiver clicked and he
::, "-,. ner so clearly hostile for no at for up
reason "Looking someone who has no Dawn McManus
was an ever greater
and to poison and upset the whole
turned from the Instrument
-:<. all? She Impressed him as a business here, you said. Just who are Incentive than the thought of a small away I
:. young woman most desirable to knowwell they what ?" scowling thoughtfully. system.
are they doing
child, alone, with her timber at the
'J:' and also as one whose confidence "As to the I "Mister Brandon, eh?" he said softly. Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for the
.' first can't tell you. mercy of hard schemers, and depending -
.\. would be slow In acquiring. For the second, their purpose probably on him to make safe her heritage.In "And No excuse. Well !I" kidneys only. They are recommended I

., .. Lost eh?" he asked and laughed would be to attempt to hold up a tim- Blackmore, the veneer buyer The last word was spoken with a ,the ,ld over. You can get the genuine
,
camp :
-oddly. "flatter of fact, I came out ber operation which I'm rather In- was waiting' for Ben and after eat- snap, as though a chapter were closed. time-tested Doan's at any drug I I

without a compass myself." That was terested not so far from here." He paced the floor slowly. He was store.
ing silently In the cook shanty with
:- i
truth. He needed no compass for a brooding, planning, and by the lookon iI
Her him with
were on curious
eyes a those two Dawn set out for Tincup I
t ; short swing such as he had made today his face it was evident that he
expression, which might possibly have with Blackmore leaving Ben with con-
:.f. ; his sound woodsman's Instinct been personal Interest. planned good for no man except, 8 t 1 E
siderable to think about besides revamping -
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would hold him safe. possibly] Nicholas Brandon.
' "To hold you up? How?" the mill and getting out choice 1 1f
.
"Well, that complicates matters," the "Are you from Tincup?" logs. Perhaps he was thinking of the mat- f
e girl said drily. "I've got to get' out of "I am." ter that was to confront Ben Elliott I

this timber and I'm not good for much "You know people there? And what CHAPTER-I VI within twenty-four hours. i

more travel In this sort of going. I seems to be the town's most famous. That young man was In high featheras SWEETSoup N

I. haven't been on webs in several years tradition?" the crew came in to supper. His

;'r and I've gone further than I should "I don't understand.. The new piston head for the loco- locomotive had shunted the standardcars Stomachby
motive arrived and Elliott at the
have. was
"Isn't It that Nicholas Brandon up from Hoot Owl before daylightand
"By George, that's too bad !1" he said finishes what he starts out to do? That station when the train bearing it pulledin. the veneer logs scattered along the chewing one or

and hoped that none of his men, who whatever he says goes, come what More, he was close beside the express steel had commenced going up at once. more Miinesia WafersYou
k would be trekking into camp by now, car when it halted and carried
? Able had come driving out from
may obtain full size I
would shout or, sing so their voices the part himself to his waiting sleigh. Dawn beside can a 20c packageof
1' Her eyes dropped. town in mid-afternoon, 1IilnesiaVafers containing twelve I
would break down the illusion of empty "I've heard that said. People like The :veneer logs were ready to come him, and with an added thrill becauseof full adult doses by furnishing us wits]

,, distances surrounding them which evidently to talk." out to the siding. Standard cars had her presence Ben directed the load- the name of your local druggist if hf 'I
possessed the girl. "Too bad been set off at Hoot Owl that To- does
"Right! But J'm managing an out- day. ing of the last car, conscious that thegirl's not happen to carry Miinesia
It's getting dark sure enough but it Wafers in stock, by enclosing lOc in
fit that's encouraging rough going __ ...n".. eyes were often on him with an
Isn't very late. If you could* sit down from some source. All sorts of thingsare \( expression which belied her apparent coin or postage stamps. Address
and get your wind, now- \ \ \ SELECT PRODUCTS INC.
indifference when he tried to engage
and I'm
happening trying to head
I "But what 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N.Y.
good will that do? If
, we off certain of them." \\\V/\WY" her In conversation.It .
stay here until It's really dark there "I see." was dark when the jammer man My Name ir_....__.____________________

may be no getting out until morning. She looked away and puckered her swung the last log into place and tog- Street Address__________________________

All I have with me is a cake of choco- delectable lips as though to whistle. gles were made fast. Able and Dawn Town &Stale______?. ___________________.

late and the prospect of a hungry, cold Ben rubbed his chin again. She was a4&., rode with Ben in the locomotive as My Druggirt'tName;s.____________________ !
night In '
the
woods with isn't allur- -
ing., ,jou not even Interested In learning more f /-p-- ', : they trundled down the track to camp. Street Address___________________________ i
about him, but where many young menwould'1' "You boys have had a long day,"
s[ Ben rubbed his chin Town &
ave been piqued at that he only / Ben said to the engineer and fireman."It State-r-------------------------
"I'm sorry If the impression I makeIs ....
laughed softly. won't get any darker.;; You eat
"
as bad as- e
i "What's the joke?" she asked, almost your suppers here and we'll run 'em "
"I meant nothing personal. But I
f "
defiantly."I in this evening.
t.\f don't know you. I don't fancy being was Just thinking that It's a He turned to Able. .,.' A .
t lost with let alone "
anyone a stranger.
funny situation when a man gets intoa "Our contract calls for delivery In t .
.
He thought she almost smiled If I '
,
as
scrap and It looks so hig to him that time to meet the local. She's been
relenting bit from her .
a brusqueness."Look he thinks the whole darned country coming through a little before eight

!" he said, pointing aloft to must be watching It and him ; and then in the morning. Want to take no WNU-7 28-35
-" where a break In the clouds near the I chance of this stuff held II I
along comes a nice girl who's been In having up II I
I' zenith let about the last of the day- a position to hear all about It and who now. That. would be a tough break !1" I

light through. "It's going to clear.We'll Isn't Interested a dime's worth." TO BE CONTINUED.. I

have stars directly. Let me builda She looked up at him slowly. DID YOU :

little shelter and a Ore here. A few "You mean that you want to talk 1 ElectriciQ' Locates Ore

minutes of rest will do a lot of good about It?" i One of the achievements of science EVER SEE

and with stars we can get anywhere." "Perfectly natural that I should. I'm has been the perfection of an efficacious -
/
She hesitated, seeming to consider. In one whale of a fight and having the //JF/"Prr1 method of locating ore depositsby 11 I 1 A WORM

"All right, I must admit the last halfhour's time .of my life. It's the first Job I've electricity, says the WashingtonPost. RUNNING ? i
going has been hard." based the of f
found In a coon's age that was hard It Is on recording

Out came his belt ax, off went the enough and complicated enough to be "The Pool Room's a Good Place for a difference of potential set up by electrIc ,
lower limbs of hemlocks. In statics dynamic waves whichare I
or
young worth working over. You to Be, Limpy." If your child has Wormsor '
less than It would take] an ordInary "That's what I've heard about you." either induced or pre-existent In the Tapeworm, one single dose j'

wan to lop the branches he had a "You've Oh, so you have heard morrow, bright and early, they would metallic ores. The mining expert plots of'DEAD SHOT' Dr. Peery's

bench of trampled snow on a knoll coved about me?" :*, start loading and by night his con an electric field by recording these Vermifuge will drive them out.Dr.Peery's'DEADSHOT'Vermifug..

-eJ with aromatic boughs and a thick "Of course, I live'.In Tincup. Few tract with Blackmore would be fill 'd. variations in potential at different

windbreak of them behind It. Then, have any secrets in a> town of Tin- He would receive a large check, a' substantial points in a certain locality. Usually If ,

attacking a huge birch stub he pee'lelloff cup's size." part of It clear profit, In re ore deposits are present, they are
a quantity of lose bark. This he Ben chuckled again. found at the center of this field,. being

,. lighted from match, carried In a tightly "Well,. then, if you've heard that turn.His men were growing restless under located either by diamond or churn

f.t corked bottle and as the quickly much about me and my Job, maybe the driving ; whispers In camp had drilling or underground prospecting

',," burning stuff shed a comfortable glow there Isn't anything I could tell you It that the Job was broke beyond repair methods. COc a bottle nt druggists orWright's
on the bower he had built, he knocked that would be Interesting." and he knew that to pass a payday Pill Co., 100 Cold bt., N.Y. Qty.

dead branches from a hemlock, fed "Maybe not," she said with an air would send his crew scattering, a Honoring Traveling Salesmen i

them to the flame and then turned to a of dismissal. handicap which he could never over- At Vouray, France, French commercial i

nearby dry top of a fallen maple, Ben watched her closely as she slow- come in time. But with the men held travelers have erected a statue to

knocking ofT substantial faggots; ly broke a twig to bits with her slim on the job and the mill ready to saw the "Illustrious Gaudissart," who was II CLASSIFIED AOJJAfter II

By the time he finished this the girl fingers. In another week he would be ready to depicted by his creator, Balzac, as having -

had! shaken off her snowshoes, stuck "Deer used to yard In the swamp give the Hoot Owl a fresh start, a all the qualities of the commercial
them on end In the snow and was sitting back of here," she said. "When I wasa new hold on hope. traveler ind described by the authoras Everything Ha* Tailed to Cure jour
lost
and havo
trouble
bilious stomach you
on the couch he had built for her. little girl I used to come out and After reaching camp he plunged into the heio. of commerce. The statue all hope, write Jerome Judd Kent, Conn.
She eyed the fire as' he stood erect, try to make friends with them. That's his blankets for a night's rest. Gaudissurt' Is based on the Illustrations -

Jrawlng off his gloves and spreading why I came out today wonder- And about the time he burrowe by Ga\'arnl and Henri MonnIer LOVE FISh ING? THE SURF? Live wherea

tits big;; hinds to the warmth. lIng If they'd started to yard yet" Into the pillow Nicholas] Brandon sat I Balzac's C6medie Humalne. Wrlto dollar BOX counts.282. EWAHITCIIKA.Homes farms acreage. FIuX


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The Clewistorj News Their ordinary method is to spear honest unbiased picture of it. They'll are: Ralph Nicholson, Tampa, W. J. About Ourselves' '

j the gars with a barbless point on have to go a long way to beat the Cozens, Jr., St. Augustine, T. P.: Every one, is archltec* of his. own _
the other end of the pole used to Century of Progress, but these Cal- Caldwell, Miami, R. O. Riddle, E. P. fortune. ji

Published every Friday In Clewiston, propel their shallow dugouts. When ifornians have plenty of pep and Owens, Jr., M. Thayer Newman, :- !

Florida; by the CLCWISTON NEWS, going after garfish, they reverse the vigor and when they do throw a James D. Ingraham, Louis Fending, .

Inc. pole, jab the spear into the fish and party, it is usually a darn good one, Harold Colee and, Ralph' C. G'rass-I ':" ,.ft\

throw it quickly into the boat with so I figure the California Pacific In- field all of Jacksonville.j. I L. B. Mershon I i

Keathley Bowden, Editor one continuous 'movement, rapidly ternational Exposition will be well __.o_ I
executed.It worth seein'. AGENT .

Entered as second class mail mat- is only natural that, having TWO LOCAL HOTELS M. COUSE 1 o

tpr February 1, 1927, at the Post formed an appetite for gar, the In- CHANGE MANAGEMENTThe : Counselor and Attorney ut Law I New York Life .
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under dians do not like to see them molested i iI

the Act of March 3, 1897.; I by more finicky white brothers.On Watanabe Hotel, for, the past Hopkins Building I Insurance Company I
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the other hand if the voraciousgars
few years managed by Mrs. F. R. Wednesdays and Saturdays
remain, the bass will eventually : i
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.
cannot Maxwell has been rented to Mrs. 9:30 to 4:00 ARCADIA, FLORIDA !
The two Species
Advertising rates on application. disappear. Mertie Van de Velde, of Moore Haven I ., h I I
exist together in the same restricted took the ---- ., .. I
who over management -- -
the ( -------- '
Devoted advancement and waters and the gars have the up- -

welfare of Clewlston and Hendry per hand in the survival of the fit-this week. i
I The Union Hotel is now,under the iI
County. test. Thi situation might possiblybe I
of Mrs. Lawrence Shaw
envisioned as the source of anew management \ I !

Everglades war with the gar- and Haven.Arnold Langdale, also of Moore, MY HUSBAND M MY HUSBAND IS ., !

Miami Herald notes that Huey eating Seminoles on one side and } :

Long is'one of those politicians who the bass fishing whites on the other.In ARTICLE OX OKEFINOKEE: FIGURES IT'S ? SMARTER THAN THAI-

does not stand on his own feet when such a case, W.' Stanley Hanson.
SWAMP IN THIS ISSUE
he goes dancing. would get a chance to use his tal- SMART TO PAY f r HE BUYS PR MIUMf \ -

ents as a peacemaker between his The attention of our readers is
Maybe that hot star they discovered :
QUALITY BUT
ledmen friends and white brothers. MORE AND GET OIL
during the eclipse the other called to an article on the Okefin-

night was the hot place we've been -Fort Myers News-Press. okee Swamp, mystery land of South PREMIUMHI' ONLY PAYS 25* '.
Georgia and Northern Florida,
to times.
urged 'to go so, many
M M M M which appears. on page three of this QUALITY OIL! fi fORT\ HE GETS J

It seems from the verdict of the I issue.
This article, prepared by the Na- Jr. THE NEW ,
federal judges that the chain store ; : GULTLUBU! t
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY
bill is at least halfway constitutional tional Geographic Society, treats ina .

and this may be a case where half' :: :: most interesting manner this vast n ry .'q'.r r r I

a bill is better than no bill at all. .. .:. section of swamp land which todayis '
much the same as it was a, centuryago yN ry.
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Mussolini may get a big surprise ... ... and 'about which so little is

when he jumps onto Ethiopia and .i. BY .:. known. p

find that a country, independent for I :'i: : :: :' :
centuries, may be hard to make relinquish RUSSELL KAY STATE TO RAISE $500,000 ::a,

that independence.As FOR ADVERTISING FUND '
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.M. . .M. .M. .M. .M. .M. .
if there were not enough Jacksonville, (FNS) .-A half million < I
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means of having accidents. 'just driv-I "Oh Susanna, Don't you Wait Forj dollar fund to advertise the advantages : \>

ing down the road, pavement is be- Me, I of Florida to the entire Y fi.1. f(" f.+ip:1:.

ginning to explode in places. A I'm off to California with my ban j western hemisphere will be soughtby r Y & :: :

Clewiston woman had a. narrow escape jo on my knee." a committee of twenty-four men

near Arcadia last week. Of course I've got no more business :i named here by Governor Sholtz at a

doin' it than I'd have to be I state-wide conference. The first : .

The prospect of having a band or- shovin' off for' the North' Pole or meeting of the committee will be

ganized in the Clewiston school this Timbucktoo, but you know if you held at Tallahassee July 24th.

term should appeal to everyone in wait to do a thing until everythingis The governor appealed to the cit-

Clewiston. And it will be a good op- just RIGHT, you wind up by nev- izens' of the state to give ten cents

portunity for those of you who have er doin' it. I j each toward the fund. The dime subscription -

had a yen to play some instrumentto be collected
I Twenty one years ago I left California would by a per
take advantage of this opportunity J flat on its back and started capita contribution from the 67 ryy.
to learn. counties if commissionersagree. f :
county :
out as a little flat-footed country '{ v r r

_,oy, out for. no good reason, and m&
BASS VERSUS GARFISH after seein' various and sundry partsof The rest of the fund would, be

the world, I finally landed in sought as follows: Hotels, $25,000

The law banning'' the sale of black Florida, and I've been here ever I real estate firms, $10,000', munici- ,

bass was a blow to Lake' Okeechobes since. palities, $25,000, state departments,

commercial fisheries but a boon to $75,000, All Florida Committee, ,
Every year, I've promised mother
sportsmen who have worked for the $20,000, transportation companies,
and into a
grandma that I'd be comin' out
went
enactment of this legislation for the $25,000, banks, $10,000, and gen- ? oil that ever
see
to 'em but happened
somethin' always
past 10 years. Nearly every day eral solicitation $150,000. What motor, bar none
messed me up and I never went.: But oil
several carloads of Fort Myers ang-f The governor himself heads the A famous 25c motor
the old folks wrote letter last
me a
lers head for Moore Haven to cast committe to raise and administerthe Gulflube-has been What it means
week remindin' me that it had been
for the game big-mouthed bass fund. C. H. Overman, Bagdad, level
the quality Oil protection
twenty-one raised
years since I'd been Premium
which grow larger in Florida waters is vice chairman and R. G. Grass-
than home, so in spite of hell, highwaterand of premium oils. within reach of
in any other section of the field of the State Chamber of Com- is now
all the money I owe, I'm climb- Try
country. With the netters out'of the is pocketbook
merce, secretary.The
every 4.
it? "
in' in the old chariot with did
mama What OnlyAphenomenalnew
business, it is not hard to visualize purpose of the advertisingwill new Gulflube.
and the offspring and ,we're refinthe
gonna Gulfing
Lake Okeechobee and the dozens of be at
not only to seek more tour- a.ll.
quart
make a
for
a try it.I
Multi25c
canals leading into the lake as a ists but to bring people to the stateto process-the Look for it'at the ,
black bass paradise'which will at- may have to stop here and there establish homes and industries. -now makes dealers. Disc.

tract thousands of tourist anglers. along the way and' sell papers or All businesses now advertising ,will sol process the finest 25c Sign of the Orange

Fishing lodges, resort hotels and do some plain and fancy dish-wash- be" asked to increase their campaigns G ulf Tube
; ,
tourist camps ,will supplant tumble-:I I ii' to get'by, but anyhow I made up : GULF REFINING COMPANY

down fish houses and the netters i my mind I'm goin so that's that. Among the other speakers were

will have the chance to turn guides I'll be keepin my eyes and .ears Ralph Grassfield, secretary of the
and their I open along' the way and ought to '
get share of the tourist s State Chamber of Commerce, Carl
dollar. i pick up a lot of new ideas about of No other 25% oil has all ,
Byoir, the Henry L. Doherty or- _
.1 j I tourists and how to treat 'em, learn :I :.
But the Seminole Indians look I ganization, and Capt. Eddie Ricken- these ,quality points! ;
what the folks in the I
with disdain on the equipage of the other part, of I backer of the Eastern Air Lines, 1. It is Multi-sol processed. ..
I the country think of \ e
us get a peekOr
sportsman angler and turn up their who told the conference that his X 4
two at the alifornia 2. Its already high mileage has been ... '\ '" .
Pacific International .
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bronzed, noses at black bass in favor / company is now spending "ninety '.; ,,
Exposition stepped up 20% to 25%.
at San /
I Diego ,
of the lowly garfish. A story to percent of its advertising funds advertising _
this effect went the rounds several II and take iu a few other sights, and the state of Florida." ,3. Highly resistanttooxidation-non\ r-.0..1 tf*. -- o.- '"7
as: I find things: I think will interest in extra long life. ; ?
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months f' :;
ago when angler'conserva- I i j Members of the ways and means ) :::::
tionists took steps to save the precious you I'll make a note of 'cm and try I 1 committee, in addition to Overman 4. Thins out less under heat. easy [ : f. : % \t \
:to: drop you ,a line now and then starting thoroughly de-waxed. I
black bass fingerlings trapped : .Iff. ) \\ ':;::j
in drying canals along 'the Tamiami I I rom along the route. 5. Forms far less carbon. ; : ; '

Trail. During the drought the I end Of,hand course vacation I know trips that where these some sec-', J.......M..M..M.M..M.. . .............................M....,..... b.&. 6. High ,film strength-;-will not cor- I:, ;Ii jlm'. : ,. J'r::;
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sportsmen took it I rode .
upon themselvesto new alloy bearings. ::;: ::;:o-: -' -- : -- .. : ( ::::
seine the shallow guy spends all his time tellin' you I t. .: .:. ..'.''I' :::::::
canal waters .
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and transfer .the bass to deeper what a swell time HE had, aren't so 'I IN CANS OR BULK, 2S r :.:' : I

ponds and running water.In I hot, but I'll try to find somethin' inleicstin -', Good FarmLand f':..' .tx. .. "{":
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to write' about or I just Iwon't Ii I ,
the process, the seiners caught A.
i write.
hundreds of garfish'which II ; j
they I By the time you read this, I ought I II
threw out on the banks to die. The I'I'I
I to be somewhere out in the ''great]
gar is a /predatory/ fish and has no '
open spaces where the nicn are men
appeal to white men. Such ""is not I I I
with and the women are glad of it, chuggin' ,
the case the Sominoles.
As the for Rent .i
along through the sagebrush j I
sportsmen
tossed the
away gars the
and cactus with the temperature'
Indians, followed and put them back I : I t'
120 in the shade and darn little ,
i' into the water. t
.' shade, but others: have lived'thiough I !
"Don't do that" the Seminoles it, so I guess I can, but I know 1
wore told. "Wo don't like the there'll'be --.r1I. ,
gars. a lot of times on the
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They cat all the -- .0.
up other fish in the trip when I'll be thin\in; of good

coital and are r. nuisance." old Air-coridilioncd Florida with her(I I ii' i N:N N NIN..:.1:N I.:..:i N 1:NIN N:.:NIN N N.i H NININ N NIN NIN:1.i N Ni.i1:NININ N NIN 1;..:N:1.:..:H N N N:

The Seminoles who camp, cross state breezes from the Gulf !! :
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, TrespassersWill '

I", .' promptly the" Trail arrived held a at pow-wow a along'l and nights Atlantic and delicate, her cool summer comfortable days I I I Be : I'I :,;.: ", 'You will find the new ::

Ve like 'em"
said their and no matter what happens I'll be .
:; .: man. "We I "I I '
: save 'em
gar doggone glad to back
sPokes-I set and I! ProsecutedThe
(' ,. q like. Gar good ojus. We no know that California wish! all her 1 GULF-LUBE: OIL *

(' / -alone.ypu" save bass but gar charms hasn't got enough to ween r i :::: : :.::
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". me away from Florida. 1 I :: :!:
The Indians eat the tough garfish :Maybe when I get into Texas I 'r. I ...

;t(. and don't bother to angle for bass. can find out what percentage of her 'j :::. and all other I: *
The gars are easier to catch and 11
citrus fruits she's
, eXl>ectin' to ship
.
; easierfor the Indians to cook. through the Florida
Cross State
'y.: The has I Good Gulf Products
gar
. a tough scaley hide. Canal, and another thing I'm Inter- '

.:'' The Seminole doesn't bother to ested In la checkln' on how the sales: \, I, ,.t'"

dress hIs piece de resistance but tax is worldn' out in some of theses ;"

f f t.: tosses to bake the Once entire cooked fish into, the the gat 1 U 11.1 states number that of years have since had It one looks for like a Clewiston '1 1II t 'Sugarland Service Station i

\;. raked out of the coals. The tough \ve would be Navin'gone here sooneror Company i
hide is
peeled off and the Seminole later.

family squats around the fIre for a I ought to be able to find material II III Glenn Etherton Prop.
fish dinner. ,
for a column or two at the Exposition !

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l ..............................-. .........................-.-.............. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Berry, of MRS.HONORING' YENAWINE GUEST ENTERTAINS TUESDAY I|! 1 1I GUS' BATH -
J :* Tampa, Mr and Mrs. Bryant of i I M.
Brandon Miss Mane Wells of :
and ,. 1J Palm Beach
:' ;2; Personal Mention Tampa, were the week-end guests of Mrs. M. E. YenaAvine entertained '


i 44" #.,:...........-..-..................-................................................................... Jones Bryant. Monday(Party at}afternoon her home with honoring,.a bridge her I i I II J Cottages Lockers and and,Furnished Sui.1--s for Rooms rent for ';;

!!!J '#'- O. A. Jones visited in Miami Sat- Wm. Hanson, former member of guest, Miss Viola Yenawine, of.Jack- I Week-end Parties. .,'

urday and Sunday. the U. S. Sugar Corporation, staff I sonville. lAt '
V.'elcome to our Ocean. 'Phone 9313 t'
I here has recently moved from San- the conclusion of play

I 1\1r- J. W. Ezelle received an Mrs"1 --- --------- -,
Mr. and C. F* Goodman spent Domingo to Havana where he, is as-

'I Saturday and Sunday 'in Miami.. sociated with his brother. I prize for holding high score, -

H. A. Bestor was low and received
-- ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

Miss Sue Maxwell, of Pahokee, Mrs. A. H. Neighbors and child- the consolation prize while Mrs. F, I| REQUEST I'

spent: the week-end with Mrs. M. H. ren, Irene and Hugh, left Tuesdayfor I Deane Duff made the lucky cut for\

Crouch. their home in Pensacola, aftera which she received a nice prize.: A 'I C.; E. STEBEL I

-- visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ro- guest prize was also ,presented to

Mrs. C. L. ,Downs and Mrs.: \V. M. gero. Miss Yenawine. I I Electrical Contracting '
I _
Redelsheimer spent Friday in West _.T Playing were: Mrs. W. C. Owen, I
PHONE 2121
Palm Beach. Mrs. M, E. Yenawine and daughter Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. F. I.\ Hill, l'vim 'r l I

Jean and Miss Viola Yenawineleft Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle, Mrs. T. B. Shelley I J PAHOKEE, FLORIDA '

W. R. Hackett is spending two Thursday for a visit with their Mrs. C. E. Minor, Mrs. J. A. i

weeks vacation visiting in Eustis sister, Mrs. A. G. Powell, Jr., in Rumbley, Airs. M. P. Peterson, Mrs.F. iI iI I /gent for

and Tampa. Coral Gables.Mr. M. Wright, 11rs.V.. M. Redel- I GENERAL ELECTRIC '

sheimer, Mrs: J. E. Beardsley. Tea REFRIGERATORS a
'T/ley' and Mrs. H.: O. Peters will guests were: Mrs. F. Deane Duff, RANGES AND
Mrs. R. J. Lee and son, Skippy, APPLIANCES __ :
visited friends in Moore' Haven Mon- move to the Government Reserva- Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg and Miss -

day afternoon. tion the first of August to occupy Irene Ezelle. Them "Cots"
----
It the house vacated this week by Mr.

Archie Black' and Sam Heath were and Mrs. M. P. Peterson.Mr. COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTES call them "cots," but I
CANNERS not cots to A. J. LITTLE
sleep on,
visitors in Moore Haven Thursday
afternoon. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrix returned The Junior sermon on Sunda'ymorning but apricots to charm you
with their delicious
t Saturday; from their summer va will be, "The Rock in the their taste. They OsteopathBy
began career as charmers
Miss Roberta George, of Miami, cation. They visited in Boston and Road". What happened when Hans back, in ancient days in Asia, and I

is visiting her parents, Mr.: and Mrs. Canada while away and have returned moved it? Are the rocks in our they were not introduced into Appointment

Robert George. to their apartment at the Bar- road?. Come and find out. Europe until the time of Alexan- I LAKE HAKBOK, FLORIDA

I racks. In place of the regular service on der the Great. ,

Mrs.: C. W. McDonald, of Belle __ I Sunday evening, the closing exercises -i a most Out in important California crop., apricots The fresh arc 1

Glade, visited with friends in_ Clew- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and for the Daily Vacation Bible apricot season starts about the

,K iston "''Wednesday. son, Billy, spent Saturday after- School will be held. All parents who middle of June and lasts for eight ':

,I noon in Fort Myers and Alva. Billy have children in the Bible School I weeks. Only 'a small part of the I :: :
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1 i remained at Camp Ropaco where he arc cordially invited to attend and apricot crop, however Is marketed an ,
4 D. G. Alston is spending a twoweek's what been these fresh. The fruit is of such deli I 1 ?,
;'s to receive special' training for the i see we have doing _
vacation in Columbus and cate texture that it will not stand
last two in FURNITURE
weeks. who
trip to Washington in August. | Everyone is .
Richmond, Georgia. shipment well. Fortunately, how
;'_t I any way interested in the church or ever, canners take over a large .;. .1. .,.:

,Lt. W. H. Mills returned Tuesday :Mrs. E. G.' McFadden returned to Sunday School will want to attend. part of the "cots" when they are :
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from Jacksonville where he has her horr. j in Jacksonville; Sunday | After the program, the back rooms nicely sun-ripened, and tore away BELLE GLADE !

spent the past week.' after a visit with her son, Gayle Mc- of the church will be open and the the goodness in safe form for :

/ fadden and Mrs. McFadden. Mr. and hand-work will; be there on display. ,travel. ==
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COMPANY
Mrs. McFadden accompanied her to | Much of what has been done for the f FURNITURE i
Eris Hood, of Daytona Beach, is Fresh Fruit Flavor .. ..
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West Palm Beach. church. Show your interest by your :
:, visiting LaDeen Peters this, week. I ::
Belle ftade! HuridaNixt ;
She arrived'ednesdar.. presence.' Housewives who used to depend _; ,
Mr., and J\i"rs. B. J. Eriel and son, I 'Robert F. Paxton, Jr., 'on dried apricots for their knowl y
---- of Philadelphia, spent several hours I Supply Pastor. edge of this delicious fruit, are :;: Door To Theatre ::

Miss Normanda Scott, of Fort My- using more and more of the can : ...
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ers, visited Miss Florine Moore for: I .:,:..:..:..: : : : :-: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::
tour of the state. This their i DREDGE
several days this week.. was ; PASSES THROUGH fresh-fruit flavor, and be- ii i
first trip into the, south and they I ON WAY TO FORT MYEHS cause more and more ways are

were greatly impressed by what they I -- constantly being devised by dieti- I i _L.'Lo"I" : 1 ."" _.n "
E. L. Stewart and Carl H. Berner
had seen, especially in South Flor- (Moore Haven Democrat) I tians for their use. Here is a I'
,, were business visitors in Moore delicious apricot dessert which
ida. The Gulf Construction Company's You Wreck 'Em I
Haven afternoon. will want to
Monday you serve: i
10" hydraulic dredge, Reliable, pas- Apricot Cocoanut Snow: Beat fJ

Mr. and Mrs. W S. Cowart and: Mr. and \ H.C., Kolstad and sed through Moore Haven the firstof two egg whites very stiff, having I We Fix "Em a j jI

son, Kim, and Mrs. Glenn Sears visited the week on its way to Fort them ice cold. Add one tablespoon H I
son and daughter, Page and Alice 1\1Y-1 I
,- in Miami Saturday and Sunday ers where it is understood that it I confectioner's sugar. Have the PAINTING BODY AND 1 I
spent Sunday in Miami. with' Mrs. L. Perkins.. Mrs. Perk- will be' used by the R. C. Huffman contents of one No. 2 can of apri- FENDER WORK j I
cots cold, drain and mash J
ins 'sailed Tuesday for New York Construction Company ,on theil'eight very J !
TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson were I the fruit with a fork. Add two -
where she will remain. until fall mile project of the Caloosa-
tablespoons lemon juice, then add
,.,: business visitors: in West Palm I
'Beach Tuesday afternoon. when she expects,' to join' Mr.. Perk- hatcheo River,,-work. ,the apricots, and fold into the egg
.. ; ins in Porto Rico. The Reliabil as been tied up at whites. Pile lightly in tall glasses. D Done bj An Expert '
\J'l'Jj; -- Sprinkle liberally with canned Courteous Service i
'! ., Clewiston for the past year. ,
: Mrs. Leah Spicer and daughter, moist cocoanut and serve at once.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad visited Work Guaranteed.
Bobbie,, are visiting Mi.'sBetty j This serves six persons:* : Ci r
in Canal Point Thursday. Mr. .
.,' Spicer in Miami this week. Prices Reasonable.PIONEER U I Ir
and Mrs.. H. L. Keith who are visit- Illuminating Gas I
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ing Mr. and Mrs.' M. D. Geiger and
Francis Wright returned Sunday Experiments with gas US uii llluim I II 1
the Geigers visited the Kolstads I Two Rules
from Camp Ropaco, where he had nan/ were made In the latter part oi I
that 'evenIng. Mr. Keith, who is be I '
i spent two week's vacation., ing transferred from Baltimore, the Eighteenth century. WilMnm !Mur I I, Ketaember tlint when you are, In' tnt: I l' Service Station ;

--- dock, a Stolsiu.ni, first used! gas ff' right you can afford to keep your PHONE 10 H ,
Md., to Fort Benning, Ga., has recently BELLE GLADE
13 Miss Eunice Meredith returned Illuminate: his home In 177' Its general temper find when you are In the ;
been in China and was Wrecker Service at All Hours J ,
L Monday from a month's visit with very use. however did not come In will wrong you cannot afford to lose It.Machinists' .- J. \
Interested in the levee work here. Journal. ....
\:::: her sister in Jacksonville. I verv mnrli Inter < I

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.;' Miss Irene Ezelle and Dr. J. W. I BRUGES ENTERTAIN: FOR ---- .... I

Ezelle were visitors in West Palm
31ft. AND :MRS.: PETERSON ..'. I
Beach Thursday afternoon. '..' .:..

!' V Mr. and Mrs.-J-, W.- Bruce enter- H IFORSALE fev. U I Iy
3! H. J. B. Scharnberg and John !!
tained Monday evening with a din
,
:" Lucaa returned Saturday from va- M.IP I
ner party honoring Mr. and Mrs.
cations in New' York and Boston. Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :':
---' : Peterson who left this week' 1\1.1 H H: i

Eastport, Maine, where Mr.
.
Miss Louise Moore returned Mon- .
son has been transferred by the ::: ': ; :!: i
day from Jacksonville for visit
with her mother, Mrs. J. G. a Moore. S. Engineer office.Table I : r=: !

decorations carried cut th.* ..' .'. '.' : ,
I '- lea of, the Pete.sons' leaving with : I 1 3 'Y. 'x 1XH
Mrs. H. A. Bestor and sons, Rich- I I
tiny signpost on which let4 :
or-'
ard and George, visited in West "ras. $
Palm Beach one afternoon last d 18CC r"es to Ea-tport, a blue R } : t yP ny
week. toy sedan labeled "On to Maine"was

followed by a toy truck pil'dd
-- 'sigh with miniature furniture and xX
Mrs. F. Dcane Duff returned Sun- I
luggage. A contest was held for x'i'
day night from a wesk's visit in making the .:. .;. :i:
most words out of the
4y Palm Beach with her parents, Mr. I '' .:. .t. .t.
word "Eastport" and wo'n. by Mrs. .:' .:. ; ::1-: .
and Mrs. F. E. Bryant. .:. .. --
Peterson, a miniature desk set. : .
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Sam Heath, of Pahokee is spend, Mr. and with Mrs.a book Peterson by the were host presented and- :i: :: :.;:::;:

..
ing two weeks in Clewiston working '' :''.:.
!i'' in the Alston hostess as a farewell gift and the ..:' '.:' ..'.:.
Drug Store while Mr
I Alston is other guests present presented them .t. 'i. ,! v'.!!
on his vacation. with a volume in which each hac"written ::: ::: I :;:
-- .. .. .i. :.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich hate some' incident concerning ':. .i.: I I I 't.l.t.'t' .
the Petersons during their ..
acquaintance 't. I .:.
recently arrived from .
Pahokee to .
!
: 'f '
in Clewiston. .' .
make their home here. They' have ..t'. .t. I' .t..1.:
Those ;
enjoying the occasionwere
: .t. ..
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taken a house on Ventura Street. :
I : Mr. and Mis. F., J. NebikerMr. .s. 'I .;. :s:

i'' and Mrs. R. H. Collins, Mr. and .s.'..' '.i.... .I ..t.. .t..
.. .. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr., .. .. ..
Mrs. A. V. Southard, Mr. and Mrs. .. .. I 'i. ..
returned Wednesday from :
two
a
V. A. Allen and R. N. Smith.- .t' ..s'.. .,, <, I .'s.. .:.
week's vacation
visit
with
relativesin .s. ,.
..... ..j ; ::
South Carolina and Indiana.Mr. ::: :i: i !
X.s.
MRS.. I. M. FAFFORD IS .. .s. : .s'
and MrsM.. P. Peterson left I HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUll .:. .!. i I ::: ."J't
.. .. .s.
Wednesday for Eastport, Maine. Mr. I f : : I, .!. ::'

.Petej/t?n has been transferred to Mrs. I. M Pafford entertained the 'i. .i. ./. 'I :
::: :: I :!. :!
the U. S. Engineer office there members of her bridge club Wed- .i' .:. I I' I .t. .:

-- nesday afternoon at her home on ::: ::: ::: ..;'1
J-" Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and the Government reservation. .. -. .:, :"

fA''." children and Mr. and Mrs. W. 'P. High score prize was awarded to :: :.i.;: Pay The Balance Like Rent :;: :;:

Vaughn, Sr., returned Sunday from Mrs. Grover C. Poole, cut prize to ? .s' i *" .iI +

two weeks vacation at Mhl.luBench.\ Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and low prize: to I ::;;:. _:, WE- HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES *; ,
''
Mr. and Mrs. Richard nick fiba.ch : Mrs d. \McDonald here Served. Delicious by the hostess refreshments :!: : YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOMEHClewiston i *

and family ot Punta Gorda, visited at the conclusion ot irtay. ;

with Mr. and Mrs :Fred J 1, Neblkfcr l'ln.ylrtgvel'e Mrs.
: J. W. Ezelle, Home Building Association ns. I
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Saturday. XUthard Rickenbach Jr., 1 Mrs. Grover C. Poole, Mrs. C. W.

who has been visiting Bobbie Ne- McDonald Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs.T. !

biker for a week returned homo B. Shelley, Mrs. J. A. Rumbleyand :4\; -. PHONE 102 X

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I SUPPOSE :YOU /} LOT OF WORK To PO AT :
Kt.oWOU'R : : LATEWELLWHY
'THE. oFFcC DIDN'T SEE IT
Frj
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The golfer stepped up to the tee and
drove off. The ball sailed straight

down the fairway, leaped onto the
0p If4j green and dived Into the hole. r

"What have you suddenly gone
crazy about?" asked the golfer's wife,
\ who was trying to 'learn sotnethlng
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about the game. vrr
"Why, I Just made a hole In one!1"
If yelled the golfer, a wild gleam of delight Y Y )
In his eyes.
"Did you," said his wife placidly."Do .
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it again, dear. I dIdn't. see you."
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Keep From Catching Cold" column
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during the winter. >

Second Reporter-What are you do- as fresh as the morning dew! !

Ing now? : And it was designed for all those
First Reporter-In charge of the I clever who like In
stern Nwspap r a oc women : to put a
"How To Keep Cool" column.
beginning
smart appearance at the very -
of every new day. Thfee

I FINNEY OF THE FORCE KStSsSSL: :;: Fare Enoughr Sunk or four dresses made up by this pat-
Two old settlers, confirmed bachelors tern would solve all your house frock
r sat in the backwoods. The conversation problems. And the expense win
IANKSIGuV'HOR I HERE Hez CANT ) /-1 'tJASN'T '- drifted from politics and prove trifling. Moreover, this pat-

BE BELT&114' ON AT 8E& IN; CHIEFTH1 > finally got around to cooking. tern has been designed so simply that
1H' SHTREET HERE *1 got one o' them cookery books to follow it will seem like: a first lesson -
:fuST 6oRRow>rt1. .
once, but I never could do nothing in sewing. The yoke and sleeves
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FARE To with it."
all-in-one with a bit of bodice full-
GlT HOME p7f "Too much fancy work in it, eh?" ness below, and the decorative pocket
aR "You've said It! Every one o1 them make this frock very smart indeed!

recipes began the same way: 'Takea Percale or gingham in gay plaids or
1 .' clean dish-' and that settled me.-" small geometric designs would be ef
1 o :Modern Woodsman. fective. Add nobby cork: or wooden
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buttons.
"1
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Pattern 0310) maybe ordered onlyin
Only an Intelligent LookPorterIVhere's
sizes 14, 1C, IS, :20:! 32, 34, 3G, 3S, f..
i your trunks, sir.? Y
Salesm'an-I 40 and 4:?. Size 16 requires 3i
use no trunks.
J Porter-But I thought you wuz one yards 30-inch fabric.
''t. >1 ii iHi: of them travelin' salesmen. SEND FIFTEEN CENTS In coinsor
(coins preferred) for this
stamps
Salesman-I am, but I sell brains,
understand? I sell brains. pattern. Be sure to write plainly

Porter-'Sense me, boss, but you Is your NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE
de furst fella that's been here who NUMBER and SIZE.
ain't carrying no samples.AmericanIutual Complete, Diagrammed Sew Chart

J FE Yez. LiviN1 "" NAT WASN'T Bus '{ Safety Bulletin. Included.
OH- EAH- Send ;your order to Sewing Circle
HERE IM ToWKl ? I FABE"" HE StVlEEZ SURE- -...NELLOLl i Pattern Department, :232:! West Eight-

vfeS/ i INDEED L I SEEN T '{ SEE 1'M She Had 'Em eenth street New York
Having need of some small change,
AND I'LL BE otfMV 'WAS A HALF GONN TAKE the mistress of the house stepped to

WAY 1 r the top of the\back stairs. FOLLOWED PRESCRIPTIONPolice
"Bessie," .she said to the maid be-
TAU0 low, "have you any coppers down Sergeant-It's a case of larceny -
there?" isn't It, sir?

"Yes'm-two," faltered Bessie, "but Doctor-Er-not exactly, sergeant.
,they're my cousins, please, m'm." You see, I told him to take some-
thing warm immediately, and as he
went out he took my overcoat-
Willing to Help
London Uumorist.
"Will you help a street cleaner who
has nothing to do sir?"
Misunderstanding
"Sure, I'll be glad to throw something -
The Collector-These antique and-
In
your way.
irons are hand forged. l
V JR' The Chump-Forged? Well, well! r.-\,
CHOICY (1) What astonishingly good counterfeits -

they make now.
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professor was trying to make con-. walking down the street one day with I. OJ; .
versation. one foot In the gutter and the otheron 'Ii ,--
"The Romans were fond of card' the sidewalk. A friend met him I: 4

games," he said. and said: a
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And the sweet young thing responded "Good afternoon, professor; and how ; '-/I
eagerly, "Oh, yes, I know; are you today?" J
wasn't It a man called Horatlus who "I was well, I thought ; but for the I
held th. first bridge party?"-Tit- its last ten minutes I've been limping.-
Magazine. Washington Post. ( / GC
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Doctor-You are badly In need of I
LISTENING IN change. TIGHTWAD % #
Patient know It, doctor, but I "Did you ever love another girl as
guess 1 can raise enough to pay jour you do me?"

1I fee. "Never, no other girl I ever met ,
would let me."

First Philologies"Do 'x&
you think the English speak Too Few Words
Q n .
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better English than Americans do?" I "Mrs. Angus McTavish seems to be .
asked the educator. I having an awful time writing her tele-
"No, sir!I" answered Senator Sorg- (n gram."
hum. 'Why, our political vocabulary t I "Yes. She's trying to tell her husband -
U Includes basic monosyllables that the I what she thinks of him In ten
English forgot years ago." words."

I
i Journalistic Advice No Experimenting

I "What are you snoozing out here in The Youth-How, would you advisea "Darling." In tender tones, he cried."I .
the field for? Are ypu a tra"mpT' writer who has neither grit nor .pol "Haven't 1 glren you practically never loved but thee!I"
"No, officer: I'm merely a statesmanwot ish? "
every penny I earn? "Then we must part" the maid re
fell" asleep with his ear to the The Editor-Get tti work on some "I should say not I've posithel} plied.

ground. sand paper.-Detroit News( had to drag It out of you." "No amateurs for me" ,

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,L i ,- .r. I N Ir un N 0 Cru SUNDAY Lesson I Alaska !'I'!


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By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D..
Member of Faculty, Moody Bibl ,
r Institute of Chlca o.
0 1 = rr .w jA'f 0I Western Newspaper Union. America's :

Russia[ In i
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Lesson for July 21 than two
firs!' but 1
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DAVID provided a

that Is !
LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 26:5-12; II
Samuel 12327. hardy ;
GOLDEN TEXT-Look not every States to

man on his own things, but eves tlements In,
:F Y 0 86 nE man also on the things of others Alaska Is
[ ( Phlllpplans 2:4.
PRIMARY TOPIC-David and the available for
j- "
cu. I: o CoUIITa ; Sleeping King. Its coal land

o 'JUNIOR TOPIC-David and thf 000 acres,

++'LS. Wi.bfJ Sleeping King.INTERMEDIATE. AND SENIOR TOP United

.. IC-David the Great-Hearted. North
/ L isIty; *
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% +y YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC mines are In :
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1 9E-L; ;I MIIN rY..FY1L. LIMLL Others.-A Generous Attitude Toward rising 20,000

highest
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David Is one of the most prominent 5GVj()() acres

of Bible characters. His many-sided tion
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life and his close association "'?-.h' each ten
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Christ give him a place of Importiace possess "the
U .. ..
rLOR1D. : > DoL04 "
second to none In all the Bible li, Is flora, while

J ii In this light that this great character its big. game :

should be viewed, and not merely as, tinent.
Ge WITATVT a
"David (The Great-Hearted)." Vltus

( Yll/ I I. His Birth and Youth (I Sam. 16; commissioned CHEERS'I
""W U.I'YVIE .En In' 01.1"N.te. II'
17:15.34)). Is credited
1 1 JMwa by Nrvrata Bumit Bethlehem was the place of his birth, look upon
( I Okefinokee Swamp, Mystery Land of Georgia.
\ as well as that of his greater Son reported the

I : (Matt. 2:46). He was the youngest ofJesse's perpetually
n Pre ared by the National Geographic Society dredths the area of Texas, has 20.
/V Washington D. C.-WNU Service.DOWN eight sons. His young manhoodwas "many
! With varied habitats to suit the requirements "'\ "
.' In the southeastern cor- spent as a shepherd. This was the specimens.
I of different species; with
1\ ;'-' of Georgia lies the great first period of his schooling and prep- Russia, the
,. unlimited breeding places in the cypress
/
j n swamp, a primeval aration for life. From the brief de- storm and
ponds, cypress bays, and prairies ; with
wilderness rich in treasure for ,scriptive word we learn that In his per- Bering was
: abundant rains in normal years, and
; the modern bIologIst. Mystery and en- sonal appearance he had auburn hair, cross on his ,
with a warm and humid climate, the '
chantment live In Its coffee-colored waters fair eyes and a beautiful countenance symbol of
Okefinokee is a veritable frog paradise.Let .
Its moss-hung cypresses: 'and sunlit (16:12). His life as a shepherd was cific. |
copious showers fall during a
v piney woods attended with real hazards (17:34-37). of Bering's
warm summer's day and by nightfall
The Okefinokee owes a great 'measure the bedlam of amphibian voices aris- II. His Anointing (I Sam. 16:6-13). ment of the
of its unique charm to Its "prai later began
ing from the swamp waters and their God had revealed to Samuel that one ,

rles"-wIde, unspoiled expanses filled tangled margins Is beyond description.The of Jesse's sons was to be t'je new king.In tiful game

In large part with a tropical abundance field herpetologist's trained ear determination of the divine choice, profitable.

of aquatic plants and flanked picks out of the din the shrill peepingof Jesse's sons passed before Samuel ,In ruthlessly,

with dense "bays" of stately cypress the oak toad, the droning roar' of order, beginning with EU'ib. the oldest. they "were

On these one may delight his soul amid the southern toad, the plainly uttered Eliab was rejected in spite of his favorable practical

scenes of unearthly loveliness that "glks" of the cricket frog, the Insect- physical qualifict. tinns His In- the sands"
have changed virtually not at all since Innocent
like chirp of the little chorus frog, the ner condition as seen by God disqualified -
.. the Seminole warriors poled their dug machine-gun bark of the pinewoodstree him. All glorying In the flesh must William H.

outs over them. The Okefinokee prairies frog, the hogshead thumpIng notesof be set aside In the cho'.ce of a man fora retary of j
are not land, but water! ceiving the
place in God's David
the Florida tree frog, the deep, program was
In these morasses are many areas hollow roll of the gopher frog, the chosen because of his 'Jdellty as a shep- I Baron

of open water, varying from lakes a "clung" of the green frog, the pig-like herd boy. When the anointing oil was Washington,

quarter of a mile in diameter to "alll grunts of the southern bullfrog, the being applied, the !Spirit:: of the Lord night, signed
:1 gator holes" a rod in width. 3 j
clattering chorus of the southern came upon him. David's attractivenessas a. m.,
I The snowy blossoms of the white ] his unusual the senate
leopard frog, the hammer strokes of a young man, air gifts
1 waterllly gladden many acres of the the carpenter frog, and the lamb's were all to, no avail without the SpiritIII.

I 1 deeper water, and the golden, globular bleating of the narrow-mouthed toad. David's Lifo at the Royal Court. I
flowers of pond-lilies or "bon
yellow
:.' ;. 1. As a harpist and armorbearer to .1
nets In setting of huge Alligators and Birds.
glow a green
Saul ((1 Sam. 16:19-23). He was
f leaves. In the shallows yelloweyedgrass Men still living can speak of the brought to play 'als harp before Saulin

: its tall stems swaying, forms times when It appeared as If "a feller order that tlio: evil spirit might be 1

; VrP. a sea of pleasant color. could walk across Billys lake on 'gator allayed. .

I ';, Resort of Hunters and Trappers. backs." To this day the Okefinokee 2. His triumph over Goliath. For ,1

, '::1 1 ,,'. For generations swamp hunters have remains perhaps the best strongholdof some reason David returned to look o 1f i
famous saurian.
! pushed over these prairie waters, our corrugated after his fathei s sheep. On being sent iI I
Suwannee lake In where
', ':I standing up in their slight boats and particular, on an errand to his brethren in the I

E l l bending rhythmically with graceful the alligators are protected, provides camp, he saw the Philistine giant, Go 00IT'S

f F:1 thrusts of their long poles. The skilled unequaled opportunities for making[ liath, defying God and the army of Is-
I intimate studies of the habits of wild
f ; boatman Is able to make better progress rael. He volunteered to fight, skillfully -

', over the prairies than the bear individuals. slung tit ,* stone which felled the

[ he chases. Old hunters knew well how Of the approximately 180 species of giant and with, Goliath's, own sword 0 j
birds recorded In the Okefinokee
to drive a deer out of a prairie heajj region cut off his head. i
l' scarcely one-half remain duringthe i
in the direction of a waiting com 3. Won .he friendship of Jonathan. I
''r. ion. In winter the summer and breed. While some of "
pan trapper camps This friendship has been ImmortalizedIn
f Y; for weeks at a time In these beads these summer residents move south- the wo'ld's thought. It was uniquein

.' tending his line of traps and takingthe ward with the approach of cool that occurred/ between two men II I
weather in the
autumn their
placesare
pelts of raccoon, otter, wildcat and of rival worldly Interest. Jonathanwas I
more than filled by hardier species
opossum. the crown prince, heir to the DELICIOUS AND NUTRITIOUS !
coming from the northern states and
': To pass from the sparkling sunshineof throne. David was heir to the throne I i
the prairies Into the gloom of the Canada to find a congenial winter according to divine purpose. Knowing !
home in the ;
adjoining cypress bays is a striking swamp. this Jonathan waived his rights.
By far the largest mammal of the
experience. The huge"trees, but- IV. t f/avid's Life as an Outlaw (I I
tressed "knees stand swamp, and perhaps the most Inter :
by In close Sam.1:10-31:13): : i
esting, Is the Florida bear. From
ranks in a foot or so of water. Their
l ThiMigh God anointed him king, DavId -
early times It has attracted the 0
i swamp
green crowns, 80 feet or more over vandered for outlawto 0
an
I' head shut out all but hunters-not so much because of any years as
a few stray the murderous of
Saul.
escape frenzy
beams of sunshine particular value of its hide and flesh 0 I
causing
even at Durng! this time he did some foolish
as by reason of the thrill that comes
midday sort of twilight. Here and
a. from thin ;S, but he also learned many thingsin
matching wits and strength withso
there a winding channel or "run" permits formidable hIs bitter school which better fitted 1
\ the hunter to push his tiny boatr. an animal. An additional him to be
a king, statesman, and poet,
for
reason the pursuit of the
.\ between the tree trunks; but In the
bear Is its leaving to the world a rich heritage.V. .
numerous depredations ou
greater part of the cypress bays thereIs God's Royal Covenant (II Sam.
the that
bogs the
range through piney
tall, dense undergrowth that makes 7 8-16)). \J
woods and the
borders.
swamp At ahog's
even foot travel a slow and arduous On the ground of the setting forth of
prolonged squealing the residents
undertaking. The bear having the this covenant he Is the legal heir to
become instantly alert for it
double advantage of bulky strengthand that generally ',he kingdom. Jesus Christ shall one hi I SHOUT HUZZAH
means a bear has seized the anI-
a tough hide, Is the anI-
only large
:day the throne of his father
occupy
mal and is making off with [It toward
mal that can readily and rapidly breakthrough David (Luke 1:31-33). HOORAY HOORAH
such' the depths of the swamp. ,
a tangle.
VI. David's Reign as King.!;
Guns are hurriedly lifted from pegson
Good Fishing There. the cabin walls, the dogs are called 1. Made king of Judah at HebronII 0

More than thirty species of fishes In- together with the hunting horn, and ( Sam. 2:45:3). A long war was \* \' 1 I,': '

habit the Okefinokee. Persons who the chase is on. waged between the house of David and '

love simple pan-fishing, with an old- For generations the sturdy, self- that of Saul. GR

fashioned reed pole, find here their sufficient and gifted people of the 2. King over all Israel (H Sam. :5:4)).

heart's content. At Suwannee lake this Okefinokee have led a rather isolatedand The elders of Israel at last invited

sort of angling surpasses that In al- primitive existence, some of themon I him to be king over all Israel accordIng -

most any other part of the country. Islands within the swamp and to the purpose of God as expressedby

When one considers that the lake Is others along Its borders. They represent Samuel when he anointed him king.

barely a quarter of a mile long, with some of the purest AngloSaxonstock VII. David's Sins and Failures.

an, average width of perhaps 30 yards, left In our country, though a 1. Refuge among the enemies of Is- tD 4o
a year's catch of more than 40,000 fish few of the families have a slight rael (I Sam. 21, 30). This was a disgraceful o

(recorded In 1925) Is astounding. mixture of French Huguenot and even act. Being the chosen and / > 17r

Farther within the swamp, at Billys, Seminole Indian blood.In anointed of God he should have trust-

Mines, and Buzzard Roost lakes, or on ancestry speech, folksongs, and ed God to defend him against the furyof r

I7 the Big Water or the Suwannee canal, general social ways there Is a marked Saul.
there is likewise rare fishing. The affinity between the residents of the 2. Plurality of wives. Ue establisheda

bulk of a day's catch with book and Okeflnokee and those of the Appalachian harem after the order of the heathen

line is made up ,of such basses as the mountains. In each case monarchs. ONCE

warmouth, the "stump.knocker," and there: has been comparative Isolation, '{. Crime as to Bath-sheba and UriahII you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes, you'll 'vfQ ifs,,

the "sand-JIlrter with a goodly proportion tending to preserve the cultural heritage ( Sam 11, 12). Ammon's sin, the''' rebellions cheer, too! And it not only has a delicious S q i

of mudfish and catfish. Those from Britain of several centuriesago. of AlS.iloui and Sheba and Ab flavor,but it's nourishing. One dishful,with

wbo' lect trolling are more apt to land The picturesque regional vernacular salom's attempt to seize the throne milk or cream, contains more varied nourish- /
Jackflsb: and large-mouthed bass. contains "various elements were the Inevitable fruits of his poly- r
The great state of Texas can boastof representing survivals from the Eliza- gam nus life t ment than many a hearty meal. Try it your

30 species of frogs and toads; the betban age that have dropped out of 1. Nynberlna me people (II Sam I 'grocer has itl! Product of General Foods. //f

Okeflnokee region. with one-two-bun- general American usage. 25). ,

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Road ExplosionContinued -" ', Glades RepresentativeStates and weeds when there is enough He Knows His Pounds Success '
I water in the ground to prevent it
"Claiming that ,
they are Inaccurate, Success in any of life's endeavors'
Views on Fire catching, that every landowner who boxer declines to use the scales ol Is the product of study and thought.
From Page 1)) wants to burn over his land must boxing commission," reads a sport ft requires close application. But

bed; with a ,concrete joint. Apparently Herald'Writer get a permit to do so, and thereby story, He wanted to have his own achievement Is possible to any,,man.
no provision had been made Bill to give the fire chief warning so the weigh, so to speak.-Farm and Fireside who, haa the Initiative and determination .'

for expansion; but up to recently it area can be watched. Boe pointedout ,.' to equip himself.,-Grit. ..

seems none, was needed. Deputy I that muck fires were almost unknown -
Sheriff Platt states that the ground (Moore Haven Democrat) on the vast acreage of the --- ,
beneath the brick which blew out Representative 11. B,6e, while on I United States Sugar Corporation at \, "

was ,damp, from the recent rains, a visit to Miami, last week was Interviewed Clewiston and Pahokee, where syste- .
but he does not feel that there was by a reported from the matic burning removes dried vege- YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE
sufficient moisture to cause st'eam Miami Herald in regard to the Everglades tation. Admit only clean, constructive news by reading
sion. He says Fire Control Bill which Mr. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
to result in an expl With more power than a sheriffIn
there was no evidence of dynamite Boe and Senator Gomez, of Key I his new commission, Mr. Boe said A Daily Newspaper for the Home '{ ,;4 4It
been planted. The sand bed West engineered through the last sin aU the constructive world newt but doea not exploit crime'and ':raeandel.
having fit-
fol- that Chief Bender admirably H. interesting feature pages for aU the family on Women'a "
The
was not disturbed, the bricks having session of the legislature. ted to stanlp out the fires which AcdvitkaHomemaking,, Gardens, Education and Boou. Also pages for '
risen upward without disturbing the lowing writeup appeared in the of acrid the Children and Young Folks VigOToua editorielt and aa interpretation of '
edition have sent rolling clouds news in the "March of the Nations" Column are of special interest to mea. '
Herald in last Tuesday's
dirt beneath. smoke over Miami for several years --------- -- --- ----
Mr. Doe's picture:
Engineer D. W. :Morrison, of the under during the winter season. He paid Tho Chrlatlan Science Publishing Society '
One. Norway Street. Boston Massachusetts
state highway department, who is No more smoke from Everglades special tribute to Senator' Gomez for Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for a
of the road improve- muck fires rolling over East Coast the fire control period, of One Three
here in charge his part in getting year $900 months US:!
ments being made to the north and cities, was 'the prediction recently of bill through a senate that had a I Six months 4.50 One month 7Se

south of Arcadia, examined' the State Representative R. floe of very difficult time understanding! Name.....,...,.........!'...........................,.......... ........,.....

scene of the blow-up and said it was Moore Haven, as he outlined the operations why the state should give the Ever street............,.................. ...............,.....:..:..................

due to heat. He declared that in of the new fire control dis- glades $50,000.The I City,;'.............,.. ...........;.....'.State...,.....,.......................
tests made during the heat of the trict which he and Senator Arthur Glades representative'stopped Sample Copy on Request
road will sometimes Gomez of Key West sponsored in
a paved
day ,
here on the way to visit with
of 140 degrees the recent legislative session.
show temperature
a friends in and around, Key West
ct more, and unless provision is Instead of using a blimp, as once during the remainder of the week.
niade for expansion a brick road will contemplated, the new chief of the 'I

blow Up. fire control district, Guy J. Bender,

Previous Explosions will acquire an autogiro with: which Wall Paper in America

This js said to be the third explos- the 11 counties of the district will Wall paper was imported by the HAYFEVER

ion on this piece of highway in, the be patrolled daily during the dry early settlers of the Colonies. The

past few weeks, but in the other season. Formerly: in charge of me- first factory formaking wall paper

two instances no car happened to chanical equipment at the Belle was established in this, country ID

be passing. One of these explosions Glade prison farm, Chief Bender $1790 by John B. Howell at Albany N. ASTHMA and SUMMER COLDS ar.e

occurred just opposite the home of will have full use' of state convicts Y., but ,the' second one did not appear
George K. End, at Arcadia Gardens. and equipment at the prison farmin ,until 1810. During this period unnecessary. Complete relief only $1.00

,The only unsolved mystery in con- his work of preventing fires, according the wealthy people were In the habit Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over
nection with the occurrence seemsto I to Mr. Boe. of Importing their wall paper from "

be the question of why this road "There is nothing to muck fires England and France.Senator 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER IN'V''

blows up this summer when it lay 'if they are caught in time, but once <'
,0
HALERS sold last alone. Mail $1.00
unperturbed during about sixteen fire gets down into the ground, it year I

other summers. One theory advanced usually burns until the muck is en- n Congressman today for full season's relief to THE ,
It Is ul ,.:nlulely! oiiriTl ,t' "t'lik "I
drouth of this 'Glades > | "
destroyed
.is that the prolonged tirely said ,
United( DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
States sriiiitpr
the past two or three years had county farmer and dairyman, who .1 us a congressman ,

something to do with it, but just came to the United 'States '12 years The riiii'jress1: ; ; (if thf united MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA write {
or
Suites consists nt tvui -Hie senate ,
how and why and what is not ex ago from his native Denmark. "1
plained. However, since the dry spell told Governor Sholtz it was ,criminal I, and| the IIOIISP of representatives) for Free Booklet.
ynd iiit'inliprs; nf.lmtli iirp oqunlly mem
has been broken by more frequent to let thousands of dollars' worth of "
: hrr. nt flip Tits correct
: ronjrrpss
rains this summer it is said the road land be destroyed every year and he ;
designation: of hoijcp! member I Is rep
has developed a number of cracks, agreed. He said if we could figure '
rr'Pilfntiye
which indicate: that the drouth may out a workable bill, he would put in
.
have disturbed the road in some' $50,000 from the general revenue f 7 7t. :: : ,:" --r """""' ":;- ;' ':' ] r J&'f4.MfBt .J

way.The fund, and try to get federal funds in The Eyes of YouthThe
appearance of the Cantrellcar addition. It doesn't cost the peopleof
old historian. Plutarch, when
at the instant of the explosion the district a: ,cent for fire control mAn
irkedliat hoys should:; learn, said' :
is perhaps merely a coincidence but the law is strong enough that I "
"That which they will ant when men. New Ruling
which might not occur again in a hope they'll soon be afraid even to :
The trouble i is that men ,.1'i:' nit' useenough
thousand years: yet it is possible light a match where it can start a what they learned and what ,
that the vibration of the approaching fire." I
: *
rSeyI thought ann what lif.v} hoped as
car furnished just the extra impulse Representative Boe said that the hoys. The ,Idealism! nf youth too1'ilcKly
: required to release a bunch of fire chief' and wardens in each county Most'men
) rndcs' !
\ ; are too
amendment to a former ruling of the Federal Housing -
hot bricks which were about to blow will supervise burning of grass isrctirnll.xt'nl3: ,!Te.I .,

Act has been made which permits extending loans for new +

'- -- construction or modernization from $1,300 to $2OOO and


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REQUIREMENTS TO BE MET WHEN FILING APPLICATIONS ii i iI

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Architect's plans and specifications, which will be
retained by the Federal Housing Administration.

One or more contractor's estimates. rv
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"Where new construction is involved, the applicant
must submit with the application complete plans and specifications -
[. both of which must mave been approved by both mortgagor -
Ii! and general contractor, if any. The inspection of pro- j'
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posed new buildings prior to commitment to insure;, involves ,: ,
the examination and approval of the working drawings and ;

specifications. The drawings, should include the plot plan,
floor plans ,(Including, basement and attic), each elevation,
.: THERE is adventure for you- limited things to do with it. But, has been well seasoned with curry I sections, and details sufficiently complete to indicate, clearly
of it-if you refusa; to. if you are a real explorer, you powder. Fill the tomatoes with the extent of the work and the design and construction.: ,The
believe 'bothersome people who will try out some new ways for this. Hook four shrimps (canned I specifications should cover quality of materials, equipment,
tell you that everything is already yourself. ton will try it not only or fresh) over the edge of each constructions and workmanship.
discovered, and that there is nothing as' a dessert, or with meats or tomato cup and pile a little more [
., new under the sun. In salad, but in sandwiches, in curry dressing in the center. This
,:. Under the sun in Hawaii, new canapes, with a tang and even in serves eight persons. f fIt
:;- pineapples are ripening every day fruit 'soups. Stuffed Meat Loaf: Mix together
:V.' -each one a golden treasure to "If yours is av quest ''for pineapple three-fourths pound of chopped OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE GLAD TO EXPLAIV f ,
> be explored. There is adventure as it is used in many lands, beef, three-fourths pound of chop THE PLAN I '
; in finding new ways to reap the :you need only consult books of ped veal, one beaten egg, onehalfcup
best benefits from this abundant foreign cookery to find interestingand of milk, one teaspoon salt
harvest. It is true that millions of delicious pineapple recipes. and a few grains of pepper. Line
people know about pineapple and You will find Spanish salads the bottom and sides of a greased
'f are using it, but anything that which combine flaming" pimientowith loaf pan with this mixture. Fill Wells-Royal lumber
,,f":,: is new to you, individually, is a the gold 'of pineapple slices; the cavity with a stuffing made
'' discovery. If you discover for the Hawaiian chicken enhanced, by by adding to 'one and one-half cups
'j first time, for example, how lus- broiling pineapple slices with the of dry crumbs, one-half teaspoonsage
' :' < cious is pineapple sauteed in the chicken and basting it with the ,- one-half teaspoon thyme, a .
; juices of roast leg of lamb and juices of pineapple; East Indian little 'salt, two tablespoons melted CompanyPahokee ,
:', used to 'garnish the platter with dishes which combine pineapplewith butter and one cup canned crushed
I ','*bits of currant jelly on top of shrimp and with their curries pineapple. Cover with the rest of
t L \ each, pineapple 'slice then you Do go exploring! the meat, lay strips of bacon on
':' have made a discovery! You can top and bake in a 400 degree oven Florida Clewiston, Florida
'-'" plant the flag and claim the territory Claim These for' about forty-five minutes.;This 'PHONE 2301: 'PHONE ass f :
I: for'your family and its Here are some pineapple discov- serves:: eight persons., ''', ,
; ; lineal descendants. ,j jr eries worth over SaladArrange .'
planting your flag Holiday pineapple '''E'CAnBY A COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE AND
Set Sail and claiming for your own recipe slices from a No. 2% can in
collection: '. nests of lettuce, and pile one cup FITTINGS.
PAINTS AND :AN ASSORTMENT OF PIPE
, '(. V ,' Fortunately: you have neither to ,East Indian,,Shrimp Salad: Peel of diced celery in the center. '
,,,' beg the queen's' jewels or to rig eight firm uniform tomatoes, scoop Cover the celery with red and :'i ..
; ,. UP a ,ship when you sail on the out the centers, dust with salt inside green jelly' cubes (one-half cup 'rI --
Ii ,', pineapple You -: Watch This Space For Further Details Next Week. :-
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' quest. need onlyi7s' and chill. Drain one 'cup of cranberry jelly cubes and ono-
, phone :your grocer and get out crushed pineapple, then 'mix with half cup stiff mint gelatin cubes I
i ;your best recipes., When the pine one cup of shredded cabbage; then colored green)? Serve with,French
apple arrives, you. will find un moisten with mayonnaise which dressing. Serves eight persons,*
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NOTICENOTICE Lot 23 Block 195 .............. Chas W. Keenan ................ 3.8Q
Lot 24 Block 19S .............. J. V. Ezelle ........................ 3.3S
Lot 4 Block 196 ................ Thomas D. Hall ...............:.... ,3.10
the Lot 5 Block 196 ................ Blanch Dean ......................... 3.10
that following described
is hereby given lands
to the or so Lot 7 Block 196 .........:...... Ella A. Nugent .................... 3.10 ...j
amount due
much thereof as will be necessary pay for taxes '
herein set opposite to the same, together with the cost of such sale Lot 8 Block 196 ................ Ella A. Nugent ................;..: 3.80 "f 1
and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the fifth clay of Aug- Lot 18 Block 196 .............. Mary C. Smith (1\1rs.) ........ 3.80 -. :>
ust, 1935 beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City; Hall of the Cityof Lot 19 Block 196 .............. Mary C. Smith. (1\Irs.. ) ......:. 3.&Q ., ,
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Clewiston, Florida. Residence Lot 20 Block :
196 ................................ H. C. Kolstad ..............._...... 4.40 .1
II. Y. PATTERSON, Tax Collector.City of Clewiston. All Block 200 .................... : The Clewiston Co. ......-......... 5.30 : ..- .
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Lot 4 Block 201 ................ .Claflin Garst ........................ 3.10 .-- .".
r4 Lot 5 Block 201 ................ S. C. Berank ...................._... 3.10 .
a coo Q) Amount of Taxes Lot 6 Block 201 ................ E. J. Malone ........................ 3.10 ., I
Description of Land :: ci:) ; Owner t. Lot 9 Block 201 ................ W. E. Votava ........................ 3.10 J .
Co) !:t ;; t> and Costs Lot 11 Block 201 .............. l\I. B. Rothrock .................... 3.10 ,

v1 E-c t p:: <: Lot 20 Block 201 .............. -' l\Irs. L. K. 1\lulr ..................._. 3.10 .,
Lot 34 Block 201 .............. l\I. Koenigsburg .........;:..:.....: 2.54
Lot 36 'Dlock 201 .......__..... S. C. Beranel; ........................ 3.80''

50' x 115' off S. End .. :; J .I Lot 1 Block 2A2 ................ G"o. Heinz ..........................? 3.80/
Packing House Lot 1 :;',: f Lot 4 Block 202 ................ ., Walter F. Carrie ................ 2.54Lot
Block 6 .......................... : i f First Bank of Clewiston ....$. 56.90S. 5 Block 202 ...............:' Walter F. Carrie ............:... 2.54 .r.'. .
85' of Lot 9 Block 9 .... Alston Drug Co. ................ 35.30 Lot 6 Block 202 ...............: Raymond neidell ....... ........ '3.10 .' ,'. .: .
Lot 10 Block 20................ R. E. Kurtz .......................... 3.80 Lot 10 Block 202 .............. Florence 'Meint .......:........ 8.10 ., '. '. -
Lot 20 Block 23 ................ I C. B. Fitch .......................... 4.50 Lot 1'3 Block 202 .............. James J. Carroll ................ 3,10 '
Lot 21 Block 23 ..............;. J C. B. Fitch .......................... 4.50 Lot 1 Block 203 ................ A. Reinert ............................ 5.90 :,
I Lot 23 Block 23 ................ 'Hollis Lanier ........................ 4.50 I I Lot 4 Bloek 203 ................ D. A. Doerk ...................:.... 3.80
Lot 24 Block 23 ................ Hollis Lanier ........................ 4.50 Lot 5 Blo"ck 203 ................ Hazel A.. Nelson ..................:. 2,80
Lot 25 Block 23 ................ Hollis Lanier ........................ 4.50 Residence Lot 7 Block 203 Dave Alston .......................... 28.30
Lot 26 Block 23 ................ Hollis Lanier ........................ 4.50 Lot 11 Block 203 .............. F. W. Iverson ........................ 3,38
I Lot' 30 Block 23 ................ Colts, Inc ............................ 5.20 Lot 17 Block 203 ............' W. A. Davis ..................__.... 4.08 .
Lot 31 Block 23 ..........:...:. ., : Colts, Inc. ...:......................... 5.20 Lot 18 Block 203 .............. Julia Sharkey....................... 3.38 Q'
r'j' Lot 32 Block 23 ................ : : Colts,. Inc. ............................ 5.20 iof 19 Block 203 ...........:.: Mary King ............................ 3..3:: ,
.... k Lot 23 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 3.80 Lot 20 Block 203 ............... Ellen Kane __...............__......... 3.38 = "
..... Lot 24 Block 26 ................ "7 B. '\\'. Jenks, Jr. ................ 3.80 Lot 22 Block 203 .............. Laura A. Logan .................... 3.38 :
i). Lot 25 Block 26................: B.V'. Jenks, Jr. ................ 3.80 Lot 23 Block 203 .............. -. A. W. Lawrence .................... 22.70
:....fir Lot 26 Block 26 ................ B. '\\'. Jenks, Jr. ................ 3.80 Lot 26 Block 203 .............. Joseph Walton: Smith ........ 3.38 P13
Lot 27 Block 26 ...........,..... B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 3.80 Lot 3 Block 204 ................ Mrs. Grace E. Coffee ................2.54
Lot 28 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 3.80 Lot 4 Block 204 ;............... 1\11'5. H. A. Rosenthal........... 3.10
Lot 29 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 3.80 Lot 5 Block 204 .............:.; C. A. Pretzal ........................ 3.10 -
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Lot 30 Block 26 ................ .. B. W. Jenks Sr..................... 3.80 Lot 8 Block 204 ................ -'.- An'na E. Anderson ................ 4.50
Lot 27 Block 27 ................ ; : Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 11 Block 204 .............. Miss Bessie Rearden ............ 3.18
Lot .28 Block 27 ................ : :; Elmer G. Case ....................... 2.40 Lot 13. Block 204 .............. ':: Edwin G. Boon .................... 5,10
Lot 29 Block 27 ................ c. ', Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 2 Block 207 ...............: Lillian H. Wright _............... 2.82 =
Lot 30 Block 27 ................ Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 3 Block 207 ................ Charles "V. Wright ........... 2.82
Lot 31 Block 27 ................ Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 6 Block 207 ................ Helen 1\i. Hath tway ............ 2.U
Lot 15 Block 138 .............. C. E. Shaw........................... -2,40 Lot 7 Block 207 ................ Geo. 1\1. Garber .................... 2.82 ,I..
Lot 17 Block 138.............. C. B. Fitch ............................ 2.26 Residence Lot 8 Block 207 The Clewiston Co. ................ 24.10
Lot 1 Block 139 ................ B. A. Bourne ........................ 49.30 Residence Lot 17 Block : .
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Lot 4 Block 139 ................ .". E. M. Patterson .................... 3.38 207 ................................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 21. 6 0 .
Lot 6 Block 139 ................ Mrs. A. S. Rothrock ............ 4.50 Lot 19 Block 207 .............. Amelia l\I. Hall .................... 2,54
Lot 1 Block 141 ................ Bertha Nehring ............:........ 3.80 Lot 20 Block '207 .............. James P. Carroll ...:__.......... 2.54
Lot 9 Block 1"41 ................ Margaret Klick .................... 3.10 Lot 22 Block 207 .............. Marie Pavlik .......................; 2.54
Lot 10 Block 141 .............. Anna Pavlik ........................ 3:10: Lot 23 Block 207 .............. Marie PaTlik __...................... 2.54 < =-
Lot 11 Block 141 I'.............. Elmer G. Case ,.................... 3.80 Lot 3 Block 208 ................ W. A. Isaacs ........................ I:9S 0
Lot 14 'Block 143 .............. H. A. Bestor ........................ 42.30 Lot 4 Block 208 ................ W. A. Isaacs ........................' 1.98
Lot 15 Block .146 .............. Sadie O'Mera ...................... 3.10 Lot 5 Block 208 ................ W. P. Didlake '........__.......... 1.D8 =
Lot 10 Block 151 .............. Elmer G. Case ..................:: 3.10 Lot 6 Block '208 ................ .. W. P. Didlake .................... 1-.98 ==
Lot 11 Block 151 .............. Elmer G. Case .................... 3.80 Lot 7 Block 208 ..............: '. Lawson Payne .................... 1.98 .
,Lot 12 Block 151 .............. Elmer G. Case .................... 3.10 Lot 8 lock 208 ................ ;' l\I. Huie ......:......................... 1.98 CO.CO .
Lot 13 Block 151 .............. Elmer G. Case .................... 2.82 Lot 9 Block 208 ................ J. W. Huie ............................ 1.98 ct
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Lot 1-2-3 Block 152 .......... G. L. Espenslaub ................ 42.30 Lot 10 Block 208 .............. :: J. W. Huie ............................ 1.98
Lot 4 Block 152 ................ 1st Bank of Clewiston ..:..... 14:30 Lot 11 Block .208. .......:....... .. John C.. McCoy ...............:.... 1.D8 >-
Lot 5-6-7 Block 152 .......... H. Etherton .......................... 31.10 Lot 21 Block 208 ......::...... Lewis' F. 1\101' ....__.................. 1.98 11JI
Lot 11 Block 152 .............. 1st Bank of Clewiston ........ 5.90 Lot 22 Block 208 .......: ..... Lewis F. 1\101' _....................... 1.98
Lot 12 Block 152 .............. 1st Bank of Clewiston ........ 5.90 Lot 24 Block 208 ............._ ; H. E. B croft ........................ 2.5
Bank S. Side Lot 1 Block Lot 25 Block 208 .............. ,. Emma Willard .................... 2,54 f. d)
t. 156 ................................ 1st Bank of Clewiston ........ 31,40 Lot 26 I1'1ock 208 .............. Emma 'Willard .................... 2.54
f Theatre Lot 4 Block 156 eo C. C. Klutts ........................... 17.10 Lot 28 Block 208 .............. Miss Caroline Pavlik :........_.. x".54Lot tt'j
HI Barber Shop E'h Lot 5 29 Block 208 .............. Miss Caroline Pavlik: .........._. 2.54
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\ Block 156'........................ ". C. C. Christian .................... 17.40W Lot 25 Block 354 ................ .. Russell R. Roberts ............ 2.82 00
3i Lot 5 and Lot 29 Block 354 .............. .. Alice G.' Rothrock ................ 2.54

Lot 6 Block 156 ...........:-: .::. c. E. Royer .......................... 20.20 Store Lot 33 Block 354 .... "r J. W' Traeger .................__..__. 36.70 :+
Lot 7 Block 156 ................ H. Geo. A. Heinz ..................... 5.90 Lot 1,, Block 355 ..............:: John S. Bank .................... '2.54 's
Lot 1 Block 159 ................. Theo. Gottliebt ...................: 2.54 Lot 22 Block 355 .............. .. J. Woodward Sutphan 2.54 ,
I Lot 6 Block 161 ................ : CYeo Crowder ...................... 1.70 Lot 23 Block 355 .............. Olaf Olsen .....................__..... 2.54 aIJ
: Lot 7 Block 161 ................ Geo. Crowder .......:.............. 1.70 Lot 25 Block 355 .............: "' Bernard R. Payne ................ 2.54
Lot 2 Block 162 ................ Mrs. J. E. Frederick ............ 2.54 Lot 28 Block 355 .............' Mrs H.' J. Warner: ................ 2.5.1 '' M <

Lot 6 Block 162 ................ J. C. Windheim .........:.......... 2.54 Lot 28 Block 356 .............. Julia n. Sharkey............... 2.5.1 .. (1)
f Lot 12 Block 162.............. Ruth R. Beardsley............... 4.50 Lot 39 Block 356 ........?..... Elmer G. Case ..................__ 2.54 .
:. Residence Lot 15 Block .- Lot 40 Block 356 .............. Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54 .
i -- .. 163 ................................ E. L. Alston ........................ 18.10 Lot 41 Block 356 ..............-, Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54 'fo \ail )
: Lot 14 Block 167 .............. Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.10 Store Lot 31 Block 357 .... The Clewiston Co. .._............. .31.10: '. .
Lot 16 Block 167 .............. Emory J. Thomas' ................ 3.10 Lot 8 Block 358 ................ ;/ O. H. litchuler ............,....... 2.54 .
Lot 17 Block 167 .............. Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.10 Lot 21 Block 358 ............._ .. Anna J. Kuhlman ................ 3.H lVw
Lot 18 Block 167 ............ .I., Pete M. Lanehart ................ 8.10 J Lot 22 Block 358 .............. Anna J, Kuhlman ................ 3.24 00
Lot 19 Block 167 .............. Pete M. Lanehart ................ 3.10 Lot 23 Block 358 ......:....... ',' L. M. Harding ...:............__.... 3.50
Lot 35 Block 167 .............. Thomas B. Shelley........... 2.54 Lot 24 Block 358 ............:. Ann J. Kuhlman ................ 3.10 '
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Lot 36 Block 167 .............. '. Thomas B. Shelley ............ 3.38 Lot 31 Block 358 .............. .' Fred E, Nelson .............__..... 3.80 : 0
Lot 1 Block 169 ................ Rebecca Lutz ........................ 7.30 Lot 43 Block 358 ...........:...: F Hilda Toenberg .................... 2.5,1 '
Lot 8 Block 170 ....._...:...... Victor Baron ........................ 3.10 Lot 4 Block 361 ...............: Cora A. Keller .................... 2.54 .
Lot 9 Block 170 ................ "J' Victor Baron ........................ 3.10 Residence Lot 2 Block 362 The CJewistol1 Co. ............__.. 15,7a 'O ll)
Lot 18 Block 170 ............... Joseph Walton Smith .......... 3.10 Residence Lot 4 Block 362 'The Clewis ton Co. ................ 14.30 .
Lot 12 Block 171 .............. Leslie E. Kemp .................... 4,22 Residence Lot 8 Block 362 The Clewistol1. Co. ................ 14.30: .CD. ..
Lot 14 Block 171 .............. Jennie. E. Barber ................ 1 4,221 Lot 11 Block 362 .............. Rebecca Lu tz_ ............_........... 24U: I .' **
Lot 26 Block 171 ..............1 Rebecca Lutz ........................ .4.504J Lot 12 Block 362 ............. Rebecca Lutz :.............;......... 2.40' -. '
( Lot 4 Block 172 ...........:...., Joseph W. Smith ................ 3.38 Lot 30 Block 362 .............; N. D. O'Kelly- ........................ 5.10 4I
1 Lot 7 Block 172 ................ .. B. C. Cole ............................ 3.38 Residence Lot 3 Block 363 A. '0. Ward ............................ 15.70 ;. .' .
"". Lot 10 Block 172 .............. Emanuel F. Selz ................ 3,381 Residence Lot 4 Block 363 The Clewis ton Co. ................ 12.90 : -
Lot 11 Block 172 .............. Mrs J, E. Frederick ............ 3.66 Lot 6 Block 36:1: ...............; ?: The Clewis ton Co. ................ 15:70: ;: : : ,
Residence Lot 15 Block Lot 9 Block 363 ...............& The Clewiston Qo. ............... 15.70: :..... ':'.. I-dII
172 ................................ G. B. Thomas .................;:"...... 4.20 Lot 12 Block 363 .............. A. 1\1. 'Coleman ..........:......:.. 2.26 .-' ', 't.,- 1 ,. \.
Lot 21 Block 172 .............. F. G. Hunt ............................ 3.38 Lot 14 Block 3G3 .............: ". W. R. Griffitl .................... 2.68 .. '. -'. O
Residence Lot 4 Block 173 E. S. Matteson ...................- 25.50 Residence Lot 16 Block '

Lot 5 Block 173 ................ Harry H. Turner ................. 22.70 363 ..................:..........:.. The Glewiston. .Co. '................ 11.80 =
Parsonage Lot 14 Block Residence Lot 19 Block ,
173 ...................:...........;:: The Clewiston Co. ................ 25.80 363 ....................__... ...... The Clewist Co. ................ 11.80
Lot 15 Block 173 .............. Joseph W. Smith ................ x.66 Residence Lot 22 Block e .

Residence Lots 19-20 363 ............__.................. A. 1'oulis .............:................ 16.00
Block 173 ...................... F. L. Williamson ................ 4D.60 Lot 24 Block 365 .............. Edmond S. Boyer ................ '- 2..10
Residence Lot 22 Block Lot 8 Block 367 ................ Greene's Dry Goods Co. Inc. 1.98
173 ................................ E. L. Stewart ........................ 25.80 Lot 11 Block 367 .......___.... -- Robert D. Martin ...............-. 2.26
Lot 24 Block 173 .............. C. E. Shaw........................... 5.20 Lot 13 Block 367 .............. E. W. Hathaway .........;.__... 2.26
Lot 8 Block 175 ................ Joseph Walton Smith ........ 2.5-1 Lot 24 Block 367 .............. Fred E. Nelson .............:...... 2.40-
Lot 1 Block 176 ................ Conrad Thorpe .................... .80
Residence Lot 8 Block 36D C. H. Derner ........................ .1S.IO
Lot 10 Block 176 ...........:.. 1\Irs. E A. Schult .__........:.... 3.10
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Lot 11 Block 176 .............. Mrs. E. A. Schult ................. 3.10 369 ..............................:. The Clewistoll Ca. ...............: 18.S
Lot 12 Block 176 ............:. :Mrs. E. A. Schul ................ 3.10 Lot 24 Block 369 .............. L. 1\1. Harding __.................. '3.10
Lot 13 Block 176 .............. Mary S. Cooper: .................... 3.10 Lot 25 Block 369 .............. Guy Pearl............................ :;.10
Lot 14 Block 176 .............. Lucile A. Lewis .................... 3.10 Lot 26 Block 369 ............... L. 1\1. Hardil1' __.................. 3.10
Lot 16 Block 176 .............. Ella M. Johnson .................... 3.10 Lot 34 Blgk 369 _............. Elmer G. Case _................... 3.10
Lot 21 Block 1 26 ............:. Gustave C. Voss .................. 3.10 Lot 35 Block 369 ....... Elmer G. Case .................... 8.10 I
) Lot 22 Block 1/6 .............. Ruth R. Beardsley ........__.. 3.10 I Residence Lot 2 Block 370- Tho Clewis ton Co. .........___.... 25.50
Lot 24 Block 176 .............. A. V. Bristow....................... 3.80I Lot 18 Block 370 ..........;:.. Bertha A. Taylor ...__.........:. 2.40
I Lot 26 Block 176 .............. S. M. Paulson ........................ 3.10 Lot 38 Block 370 .............. Ethyl I. Button :__..............::. 3.10
t Lot 28 Block 176 ............;. E. W. Ilathway .................... 2.65 Lot 1 Block 371. ................ Mrs 1'. B. Lord .................... 2.,10
i Lot 36 Block 176 .............. Ruth R. Deardsley .......,........ 3.10I Lot 15 Block 372' .............. Cornelius Dodine ...............__. .1.9S
I All Block 177 .................... The Clewiston Co. ....,........... 35.30 nes. & Rooming H. Lot 12 '
'. All Block 179 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 28.30 Block' 374 : ... H. C. Avant ..........__............ 101.60
All Block 181 .................... The ClewIston Co. ................ 28.30 Lot 10 Block ::177.---::: ... 1\Irs. Frank C. Deacon ........ 2.26
Lot 21 Block 377 .............. F. E. Nelson ..................._.... 2.82
All Block 183 ....................
The Clewiston Co. .......... ....
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28.30 Lot 31 Block 377 .........:... Q. C. Voss ......__.................... 1.70
Lot 1 & 25 Block 195 ......., J. W Ezelle ........................ 28.30
Lot ..... E. Moon ............ 1.70
\ .32 Block 377 ......... Mrs Mary
Lot 6 Block 195 .....,..::.;.... Walter Jussell .................... 3.10
E. Moo .. ......... 1.70
Lot 33 Block 377 '........:....., Mrs. Mary ,
Lot 10 Block 19 5; ....,!,;...::. Janet .. Stockbrjdge ............ 3.10 Lot 34 Block! 377 ::...:...:.:.. A, V. :Bristow ....:............... 1.70 I

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Lot 17 Block 378 .............. Mary Hayes Davis ................ 5.90 Lot 3 Block 397 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 18 Block 378 .............. Mary Hayes Davis ................ 22.70 Lot 4 Block 397 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
Store Lot 19 Block 378 .... "'''. R. Hay ............................ 22.70 Lot 5 Block 397 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
Store Lot 20 Block 378 .... Alston Drug Co. .................... 22.70 Lot 6 Block 397 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 4 Block 381 ................' Otto H. Schuler .................... 1.98 Lot 7 Block 397 ............. The Clewi5ton Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 5 Block 381 ................ S. 1\1. Paulson ...................... 1.98 Lot 8 Block 397 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 10 Block 383 .............. C. E. Stedman ................,... 1.70 Lot 1 Block 398 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 7.30 ;:t l
Lot 11 Block 383 .............. C. E. Stedman .................... 1.70 Lot 2 Block 398 ....m..... The Clewiston .Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 22 Block 383 .............. D. R. l\IcEach1'on ................ 1.84 Lot 3 Block 398 ............ The Clewl8ton Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 23 Block 383 .............. D. R. l\IcEach1'oll ................ 1.84 Lot 4 Block 398 ............ The Clewl8ton Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 24 Block 383 ............... W. S. Harvel....................... 2.26 Lot 5 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 13 Block 385 .............. 1\11'5. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 6 Block 398 ...'......:.. The Clewlston Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen ................ 6.20 I Lot 7 Block 398 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 14. mock 385 .....:........ Mrs. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 8 Block 398 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 5.34
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 I, Lot 1 Block 399 ............ The Clewlslon Co. ................ 5.34
Lot 15 Block 385 ..........:... l\Irs. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 2 Block 399 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 Lot 3 Block 399 ............ The Clewis ton Co ................ 4.50
Lot 16 Block 385 .............. 1\11'5. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 4 Block 399 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 Lot 5 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 17 Block 385 .............. 1\11'5. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 6 Block 399 ..........:. The Clewis ton Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 Lot 7 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lots 2-3 Block 387 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 7.30 Lot 8 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lots 2-3 mock 388 ....:....... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 7.30 Lot 9 Block 399 ............ The Clew18ton Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 1-2 Bloclc 389 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 10 Block 399 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 4.50
The S. 350' of Lot 1 & N. Lot 11 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
90' of S. 350' of Lot 5 ,. Lot 12 Block 399 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 5.34
Block 390 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.40 Lot 1 Block 400 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80
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2 That part N. of S. Line of '; s .. Lot 2 Block 400 ............ The O1ewislon Co. ................ 3.10
Arco Stt extended exc Lot 3 Block 400 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
parcel 80 x 260 Part 80 ,,' Lot 4 Block 400 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.10
r/) FIIIt x140NofRRRIWLot I Lot 5 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
5 Block 390 .................. The Clew1ston Co. ................ 4.30 Lot 6 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 1 Block 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 7 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 3.10
Lot 2 Block 391 ................. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 8 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co.- ................ 3.10
0ii Lot 3 Block 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.52 Lot 9 Block 400 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10

,. Lot 4 Block 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 10 Block 400 ............ ; The Clewlston Co ................ 3.10
Lot 5 Block 391 ................ The Clew iston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 11 Block 400 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 6 Block 391 ................ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 12 Block 400 ............ .. ; 3 The Clewislon Co ................ 3.80
e Lot 7 Block 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 1 Block 401 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
A'Z Lot 8 Block 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 2 Block 401 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 9 Block 391 ................ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 3 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 10 Block 391 .............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 4 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
ooy Lot 11 Block 391 .............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 5 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 12 Block 391 .............. The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 6 Block 401 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42
" Lot 13 Block 391 .............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 7 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
d Lot 14 Block 391 ............ -',\. The Clewlston, Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 8 Block 401 ............ The O1ewiston Co. ................ 1'.42 -
Lot 1 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 9 Block 401 ............ '. The Cle\viston Co. ................ 1.42'i.- \'
Lot 2 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 10 Block 401 ............ ": The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 "
; Lot 3 Block 392 ............ The Glewlston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 11 Block 401 ............ 7 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 12 Block 401 ............ ."" The O1ewlston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 1 Block 39 i............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 13 Block 401' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 5 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 14 Block 401 ............ '-J" The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 6 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 .
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Lot 15 Block 401 ............ ., The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 7 Block 392 .......... The Clewis tan Co. ................ 3.10
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Lot 16 Block 401 ............ ,-:: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 8 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 .,
Lot 17 Block 401. ........,... The Clewiston Co. ....:........... 1.42
,-, Lot 9 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
,'. Lot 18 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......._........ 1.42
Lot 10 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...:............ 3.10 '
,< Lot 19 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 11 Block 392 .......,,... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.10
',- : Lot 20 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.,12Lot
Lot 12 Block 392 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.10
; 21 Block 401 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42
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Lot 13 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 .
Lot 22 Block 401 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 14 mock 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
t.' \ Lot 23 Block 401 ............ .,.' The Clewiston Co. ......;......... 1.42
Lot 1 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14
f' Lot 24 Block 401 ............ -..: .: The Clewiston Co. ...........__... 1.70
Lot 2 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
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Lot 1 Block 402 ............ -. :; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
pal II V= Lot 3 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 ; .
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Lot 4 Block 393 ..........,. '- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 .m. .m.
\ It Lot 3 Block 402 ............ :.:;,. The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42
: Lot 5 Block 393 ..........., The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 4 Block 402 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
. U CD Lot 6 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 5 Block 402 ............ ,. : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2
Lot 7 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 6 Block 402 ............ }: The Clewiston Co. ...:............ 1.42Lot
SjJ Lot 8 Block 393' ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 7 Block 402 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 9 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 8 Block 402 ............ .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 10 mock 393 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 9 Block 402 ............ .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
( < Lot 11 Block 393 ............ The Clewist Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 10 Block 402 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 12 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 11 Block 402 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot. 13 mock 393 ............ .. The Clewiston Co. _............... 1.42 Lot 12 Block 402 ............ '.:/ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.7 0

Lot 14 Block 393 ............ The Clew ston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 13 Block 402 ............ The Clewlston Co. ..........m... 1.7 0
Lot 15 Block 393 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 14 Block 402 ............ .f..>J. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 16 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 15 Block 402 ............ ., The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
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Lot 17 Black 393 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 16 Block 402 ..........., :' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 18 Block 393 ............ -. The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 17 Block 402 ..........., ,.. The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 19 Block 393 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 18 Block 402 ............ The Clewteton Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 20 Block 393 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 19 Block 402 ............ The Clewtston Co. ................ 1,42 .
Lot 21 Black 393 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1,42 Lot 20 Block 402 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 .-
m, Lot 22 Black 393 ............ The Clewlston Co. ...............: 1.42 Lot 21 Block 402 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 ;
l- CDo Lot 23 Block 393 ............ The Clewfston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 22 Block 402 ............ .,,' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 24 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 23 Block 402 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
= Lot 25 Block 393 ............ The O1e\Vlston Co ................ '1.42 Lot 24 Block 402 ............ ,. The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 26 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 1 Block 403 ............ .' ... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
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Lot 27 Block 393 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 2 Block 403 ............. ( The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 ,
CD Lot 28 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 3 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
j jc Lot 1 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 5 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 2 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 6 Block 403 ............ The O1ewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 3 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 7 Block 403 ..........._ The Clewiston Co. ........;....... 1.42
(1) # Lot 4 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 8 Block 403 ..._........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 5 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ..:............. 1.42 Lot 9 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 6 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 10 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. _............... 1.42
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t Lot 7 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 11 Block 403 ............ The Clew1ston Co. ................ 1.42
.fZB4 Lot 8 DIock. 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 12 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 9 moCk 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 13 Block 403 ............ The Clewtston Co. ................ 1.7 0
Lot 10 Block 394 ........:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 14 Block 403 ............ a' The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70
'C "'d Lot 11 Block 394 ............ The O1ewlston 'Co; ................ 1.42 Lot 16 Block 403 -............ .. The O1ewlston Co. .....;<.......... 1.42
Lot 12 Block 394 ............ The Clow1ston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 17 Block 403 ............ '. ..'- The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42
OJ Lot 13 Block 394 ............ The Clewisfon Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 18 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Q Lot 14 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 19 Block 403 ............ The Clewtston Co. ................ 1.42Lot
J: Lot 15 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.98 20 Block 403 ............ The O1ewiston Co. ................ 1.42Lot
(Ij Lot 16 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 21 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
tfj Lot 17 Block 394 ............ The O1ewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 22 Block 403 ............ The O1ew1ston Co. ................ 1.42
? Lot 18 mock 394 ............ The O1ewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 23 ,Block 403 ............ ,:t' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
: .Q Lot 19 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston'. ................ 1.42 Lot 24 Block 403 ............ ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
: Lot 20 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 25 Block 403 ............ '," ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
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Lot 21 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 26 Block 403 ............< } The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,70
:3:1 Lot 22 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 1 Block 404 ............ .:'.;:' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 A)
: Lot 23 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 2 Block 404 ............ ,J The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42'v"::
f Lot 24 Block 394 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 3 Block 404 ............ .f The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
rt CI) A Lot 25 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 4 Block 404 ............ -..';:;-... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
,':. IIIm! Lot 26 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 5 Block 404 ............ .. .:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 27 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 6 Block 404 ............ ...:: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,42
Lot 28 mock 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 7 Block 404 ............ :... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.12
> Lot 1 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. .__............. 1.98 Lot 8 Block 404 ............ .;, The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
'. Lot 2 Block 395 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 9 Block 404 ...........- 1 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
I'i Lot 3 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42Lot Lot 10 Block 404 ............ -; : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4
4 Block 395 ............ The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 11 Block 404 ............ -:' The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1.42
r. Lot 5 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 12 Block 404 ............ 'I,4K The Clewtston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 6 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ............._.. 1.42 Lot 13 Block 404 ............ 'fhe Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 7 Block 395 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 : Lot 14 Block 404 ............ .. .:' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 8. Block 395 ............ The Clewlston Co. ......m....... 1.70 I Lot 15 Block 404 ..........:. .- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
.: Lot 9 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 16 Block 404 ............ :< The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 10 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 17 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2
Lot ]11 Block 395 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 18 Block 404 ............ -'. :.- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 12 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 19 Block 404 ::.......... The Clewlsto Co. ................ 1.42
r Lot 13 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 20 Block 404 ............ t}' The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42
'. Lot 14 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42! Lot 21 Block 404 ............ -::- The Clewlston Co. ................ 1,42
Lot 15 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 22 Block 404 ............ The Clewtston Co ................ 1.42
! Lot 16 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 23 Block 404 ............ .'.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 1 Block 396 ...m...... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70 I Lot 24 Block 404 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42
>- .. Lot 2 Block 396 ............ Jessie L. Kuderl1ng ............ 1.42 I Lot 25 Block 404 ...........: The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 3 Block 396 ............ : The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 26 Block 404 ...:........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 4 Block 396 ............ The Clewis ton Co ................ 1.42 Lot 1 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 5 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 2 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 ; "
Lot 6 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 3 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 fA,
Lot 7 Block 396 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.41::: Lot 4 Block 405 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10 (
Lot 8 Block 396 .........._. The Clewiston Co. ...............' 1.70 Lot 5 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 9 Block 396 ..........:. The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 6 Block 405 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 10 Block 396 ............ I The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 7 Block 405 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 11 Block 396 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 8 Block 405 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ '3.10
Lot 12 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 9 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
i I II Lot 13 Block 396 ............ The Clewi8ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 10 Block 405 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10
iI I I Lot 11 Block 336 .......:.... The Clewis ton Co. ........;:,...... 1.42 Lot 12 Block 405 .....:?..... John W. l\Iyers .................... 3.10
t Lot 15 Block' 396 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ....;........... 1.42 Lot 13 Block 405 ............ The Clewlston Co. ..........._... 3.80
\t I.ot 1f Block 396 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 1 Block 406 ............ The Clewistol Co. ................ 5.3"
I Lot 1 Block: 397 ......,::.,: The Clewiston{ Co. ...............; 4.50 Lot 2 Block 406 ............ The Clewittoll! Co. ................ 4.50
I II Lot 2 Block 397 ............ The Clewlstori Co. ...........1..1 3.10 Lot 3 Block 406 .......a... The Clewlston Co. ................ 4.S0
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Lot 4 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 25 Block 415 ............ The Clewislon Co. ........_m.... 1.8!
Lot 5 Block 406 ....00...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 I[ Lot 26 Block 415 ............ The C'\.vi"toll Co. ...:............ 1.c:;
Lot 6 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 27 Block 415 ............ The Clewislou Co. _....._..._..... 2.42
Lot 7 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 28-29 Block 415 ........ The Clewiston Co. ............._.. 3.1r
Lot 8 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 30-31 Block 415 .__..... The Clewiston Co. ................. 2.54
Lot '9 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 32-33 Block 415 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................. 9.5'4:; !
1. Lot 10 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 34-35 Block 415 ..,..... The Clewiston Co. ................ .ij4
& Lot 11 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. .............._ 4.50 Lots 36-37 Block 415 ........ The Clewistoll Co.' ........_._...... .2.54 .
i Lot 12 Block 406 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 38-39 Block 415 ........ The Clewisto Co. ................ 2.5-1
Lot 13 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.90 Lot 40 Block 415 ............ L. 1\1. Harding __........:...;..... l. SLots
Lot 4 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 41-42-43 Block 415 .. The Clcwlston Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 5 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 1 Block\ 416 ............ The Qlewiston Co. ..........;.m. 2.H c
Lot 6 Block 407 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 6.20 Lot 2 Block 416 ............ The Clewlton Co. ......;..m.... 1. !3 ,
Lot 7 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 3 Bloc 416 ............ The Clew: ton Co. ...........:..... 1.98 '
Lot 8 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 6.20 Lot 4 Block 416 ............ The Clew.ton! Co. ......:......... 1.98'' :
Lot 9 Block 407 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 5 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ..
Lot 10 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 6 Block 416 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 11 Block 407 .......:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 7 Block 416 ............ The Clewhton Co. ............:... 1.98 .
Lot 12 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 10.10 Lot 8 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ;
Lot 1 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Go. ......._........ 3.80 I Lot 9 Block\ 416 ....:.:.... The Clew1.ton Co. .____...........: l.gg
Lot 2 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 10 Block 416 .n..m.:.. The Clewito11 Co. .........:....... 1.98 .
Lot 3 Block 408 ...........; The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 I Lot 11 Block 416 ............ The Clewston Las '.1..;
Lot 4 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. _............... 3.10 Lot 12 Block 416 ........:... The Cle'\iton Co.-....: 1.98 S <
Lot 5 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 13 Block 416 ..__........ The Clewhton: Co. ...........__.__. 1.98
Lot 6 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 14 Block 416 __.......... The Clewlton Co. ........:....... 1.98 i :
Lot 7 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 15 Block 416 ...........: The Clewiston Co. .......:...__.:.. 1.98 I 14
'; Lot 8 Block 408 ..........:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 16 Block 416 ...___...... The CleW'iston Co. ."m.....__.. 1.98 I A
-' Lot. 9 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 17 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. .........;_..... 1.98 I .>
'.. Lot 10 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 18 Block 416 ............ The Clewigton Co. ..........__....-' 1.J SLot '
Lot 11 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 19 Block 416 ............ The Clew1st011 Co. ....:.. _....... 1.98 .
Lot 12 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 20 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..........:...... 1.98 I
Lot 1 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 21 Block 416 ..moo..... The Clewiston Co .........::.....: 1.98I
,' .' Lot 2 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 I Lot 22 Block 416 .00..00.. The Clewiston Co. .........:. .... 2.40 i
Lot 3 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 23-24 Block 416 00..___. The Clewlslon Co. ............:... 3.10
Lot 4 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. __.............. 1.42 Lots 25-26 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ...........:.... 2.54
Lot 5 Block 409 ....00...... The Clewiston Co. 00:............. 1.42 Lots 27-28 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co.-" .;.:_......_.: 2.54 ..... J
Lot 6 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. .........:...... '1.42 Lots '29-30 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co.-: .:...... ::2.5.t- -'
Lot 7 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots '31-32 Block 416 m..... The Clewiston Co. ....._.....:...... '2.54 ;;jj,.
-" Lot 8 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 33-34 Block 416 ...:_... The Clewiston Co. ................. :.5 ,4 ;" "
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Lot .9 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 35-36 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ...........:.... 2.5.1 I '
'.-: Lot 10 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 37.38 Block 416, ........ The Clewlston Co. .............:.... 2.54 ..
...ots 39-40 Block 416'........ The ewiston Co. .............. ::: 2.54 I ,
Lot 11 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 i .
Lot 12 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lots 41-42 Block 416 ........ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.51 .
Lot 13 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...:............ 1.98 Lots 43-44 Block 416 ...:.... The Clewiston Co. .....'...........: 3,10y'I I i iJ
Lot 15 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 3 Block 417 ............ T'he 'C'lewiston Co. ................ 2.54 \
Lot 16 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 4 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 : :.,
Lot 17 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 5 Block 417 ...........: The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.54 I J'I.
Lot 18 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 6 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.51 --i-
Lot 19 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 7 Block 417 ............ The O1ewlston Co. ................ 2.54 I. "
Lot 20 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 8 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 L k
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Lot 21 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 9 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..............:. 2.54 '- '
Lot 22 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 10 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 : b .j
I f ,. Lot 23 Block '409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 11 Block 417 ........_... The Clewiston Co. ........_....... 2.54 ';
Lot 24 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 12 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.5..1 0-- : j
Lot 1 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 13 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.5.1 : : -
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Lot 2 Block 410 ....:....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 14 Block .417 ........_... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 ;. q
Lot 3 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 15 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ."......;........ 2.54 :
Lot 4 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 16 Block 417 ............ The Clewistdn Co. .__..._.__.. ... 2.54 It'3.
> Lot 5 Block 410 ....:..:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 17 Block 417 ............ The Clewifton Co. ......_......... 2.. {" .
'. ;, Lot 6 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 18 Block 417 .....__..... The Glewiston Co. _......._:...... 2.54 -
Lot 7 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 19 Block 417 .........:.. The Clewiston Co. .........:...... 2.54 -.J
Lot 8 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 28 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 2.54 /
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f .:. :: Lot 9 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 24 Block 417 .............. The Clewlston Co. .__......:...... 1.98 .;
:;.,. Lot 10 :Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 25 Block 417 .....:...... The Clewiston Co ............... 1.98 f D
:- Lot 12 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 26 Block 417 .,..__00_... The Clewiston Co. ........_........- 1.98 : :}
;'. Lot 13 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 27 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston' Co.' ....... : ...... 1.9S
i Lot 14 Block 410 The Clewiston Co. ..,............. 1.56 Lot 28 Block 417 ..u........ The Clewiston Co. .............:... 1.98 "
Lot 15 Block 410 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 29 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. .......'......... 1.98
.ti. Lot 16 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 30 Block 417 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ..............:, 1.0h; I i
Lot 17 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 31 Block .417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 18 Block 410 The Clewiston Co. ....r.: .......... 1.56 Lot 32 Block' 417 ....:..',',',.. The Clewiston Co. ......_......... 1.98 I .
Lot 19 Block 410 The Clewiston Co. ................ '1.56 Lot 33 Block 417 ......,..... The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1.98 0
Lot 20 Block 410 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 34 Block 417 ............ The Cleviston Co. ..............:. 1.98 : ,
Lot 35 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ..
Lot 21 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 :
Lot 22 Block 410............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 36 Block 417 .......:.... The Clewiston Co. .....:.......... 1.98 =
Lot 23 Block 410 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 31 Block 417 ..:......... The Clewiston Co. ......_........ 1.98
Lot 24 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 38 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co.- ................ 1,98 ::r. :
Lot 1 Block 411 The Clewiston. Co. ................ 2.12Lot Lot 39 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 FA : .;:.
3 Block 411 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70' Lot 40 Block 417 ........;... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 ,
, Lot 6 Block 411 .,. L. L. Lynn .........................., .. 1.98 Lot 41 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 J ..
6t Lot 8 Block 411 .,. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 42 Block 417 .......:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
c. Lot 10-11 Block 411 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 43 Block 417 ...:........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9 SLot
Lot 12.13 Block 411 ,...,... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 44 Block 417 ............ The O1ewisto.n Co. ......u........ 2.,10
Lot 14-15 Block 411 ........ The Clewiston Co ....._.......... '1.84 Lot 1 Block 4t8 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..:............. 3.38 : a''i
Lot 16-17 Block 411 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 : Lot 2 Block 418 .......::... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
Lot 18-19 Block 411 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 3 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. .........__..... 2.82 ,
Lot 20 Block 411 The Clewiston Co .............., .. 2.40 Lot 4 Block 418 ..........,.. The Clewiston Co. ..:............. 2.82 .
Lot 21 Block 411 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 5 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 rn
Lot 22 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 6 Block 418 ......:...., The Clewiston; Co. ................ ( 2.82 .:
Lot 23 Block 411 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 7 Block 418 .......:.... The Clewiston Co. ............:... 2.82
I'' Lot 25 Block 411. ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.7 0 Lot 10 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 i.e.E:
I: S Lot 26 Block 411 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 11 Block 418 .......:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 "
Lot 27 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 12 Block 418 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.54 --.5.:
t. / Lot 28 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 Lot 13 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..........:.....: 2.5,1 eD
Lot 1 Block 412 Clewiston Laundry Co. ........ 35.30 Lot 20 Block 418 ............ The O1ewistol1 Co. ................ 2.40 .
Lot 2 Block 412 Residence Marion F. Leydig ................ 19.90 Lot 21 Block 418 ............ The Clew-iston Co.- 1.98 .!.
Lot 3 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 22 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. .......'......... 1.98 : : '." .
Lot 4 Block 412 ............ Joseph W. Smith ................ 1.70 Lot 23 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Ce; ...00.........:. 1.98 :1' ..j
Lot 5 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 24 Block 418 ............ ThQ Clewlston Co. ................ l.J:: -
Lot 6 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 25 Block 418 ........... The Clewiston Co. ............:.... 1.98 .
Lot 9 Block 412 Fred Henriksen .................... 17.10 Lot 26 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston CO: ................ 1.9 SLot .,;
Lot 10 Block 412 ....:....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 27 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.98 fY1
Lot 11 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders ....................:... 1.70 Lot 28 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Ca. ................. : 2.54 .
Lot 12 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders .___................:... 1.70 Lot 1 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ............- ... 3.80 ir.--- ,
Lot '13 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders ........................ 1.7 0 Lot 2 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co.< ........._.__._. 2.82
Lot 14 Block 412 ....:....... A. J. Wilders ........................ 1.70 Lot 3 Block 422 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
I. Lot 15 Block 412 A. J. Wilders ........................ 1.70 Lot 4 Block 422 ............ The Glewiston Co.-; 2.82
Lot 16 Block 412 ............ A., J. Wilders ........................ 1.70 Lot 5 Block 422 ............ The Clewislon Co .....;. ...;:... 2.82 "
Lots 17-18-19 Block 412 .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 6 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......___....... 2.82 I" ='
Lot 20 Block 412 The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40tt Lot 7 Block 422 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ 2.82 :
\ Lot 22 Block 412 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 8 Block 422 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ 2.82
t Lot 23 Block 412 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 9 Block 422 ...:.......: The Clewlston Co ................ 3.38
5 Lot 24 Block 412 .....:...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70Lot I Lot 10 Block 422 .......:.... The Clewl5ton Co ................ 2.5.1
25 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 I Lot 11 Block 422 .........,.. The Clewiston CQ. ................ 1.98I
Lots 26-27 Block 412 ........ Mabel Frances ...................... 3.10 I Lot 12 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9 SLot
Lot 28 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 13 Block 422 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ 1.98
Lot 1 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 14 Block 422 ..........:. The Clewiston Co. ......_...:..:. 1.98
Lot 2 Block 413 The Clewiston Co. ,................ 3.80 Lot 15 Block 422 ............ The Clewilton!! Co. .......>......... 1.98
Lot 3 Block 413 .....::..... ,," The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 16 Block 422 ....__.:.... The Clewisloll Co. .....__......... 1.98
Lot 4 Block 413 .....::..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 17 Block 422 ............ "The Clewiston Co. ..............:: 1.98
Lot 5 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......_......... 3.80 Lot 18 Bloc" 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40
Lot 6 Block 413 .:.......... The Clewiston Co. .....:.......... 3.80 Lot 19 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier .........___..........__ 2.54
Lot 7 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......m....... 3.80 Lot 20 Block 422 .....___.... Hollis Lanier .__.........;..._....... 2.54
Lot 8 Block 413 .....:...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 21 Block 422 .....__..... Hollis Lanier ........................ 2.54
Lot 9 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 22 Block 422 Hollis Lanier _. .. : 2.54
Lot 10 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....m......... 3.80 i Lot 23 Block 422 ::::..:::::: Holls! Lanier :_.:::.::::::_.::::::::: 2.54

Lot 11 Block 413 ............, The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 I Lot 24 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier ........................\ 2.54 .
Lot 12 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 25 Block 422 ............ The Clewhton; Co. .................' 2.54
Lot 1 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. .._..m......... 3.10 Lot 26 Block 422 ............ The Clewistoll Co. .....__... ..... 2.54
Lot 2 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. .............. 2.54 Lot 27 Block 422 ............ Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54
Lot 3 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.51 Lot 28 Block 422 ............ Elmer G. Case ........__:.......... 3.U
.. Lot 4 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 2 Block 423 ....m..... The Clewlston Co. ................. 1.98
Lot 5 Block 415 ............ The \Clewiston Co. ......._........ 2.54 Lot 3 Block 423 .....__.... The Clmviston Co..1.9$
Lot 6 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston 'Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 4 Block 423 ...._...._.. The Clewlston 1.98
Lot 7 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 5 Block 423 .........:.. The Clewiston Co. ..._............ 1.98
Lot 8 Block' 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54ti' Lot 6 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......._._...... 1.98 I
Lot 11 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. --.............. 2.26 Lot 7 lllock 423 __......:... The Cle'isto11 Co. ._.............. 1.98
Lot 12 Block 415 ....' The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 8 Block 423 ..._m..... The Clewistoil Co. ._.............. 1.J8!
-I, Lot 13 Block 415 :::::::. .._ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 9 Block! 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 14 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1..98 Lot 10 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. .....'........... 1.9 SLot
Lot 15 Block 415 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ '.98 11 nIoclt 423 .........:.. The CJewiston Co. ....,m........ 1.9S
Lot 16 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 12 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston 'Co ................ 1.98
Lot 17 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9 SLot Lot 13 Block 423 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................. 1.98
.18 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ .98 Lot 14 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 19 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 15 Block 423 ............ The Clewlstol1 Co. .....__..__..... 1.9 SLot
Lot 20 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....._.......... 1.98 16 lllock 423 ............ The Cleviston Co. m............. 1.98
Lot 21 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1..98 Lot 17 Block 423 ....._._.... The Clewistoll Co. .....:........_. 1.93
Lot 22 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 18 Block 423 ............ The Clewlstol1 Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 23 Block 415 ...*........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 19 Block 423 ............ The Clewlston Co. ........__...... 1.98 "
Lot 24 Block 415 :......... ... .... ...., .. L98
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Lot-' ;-Bloclc 423 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ 1.98"" Lot 21 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26

Lot 22 Block 423 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ Lot 22 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 2.26. -
Lot 23 Block 423 ............ Frank A. Cleland ...,............ 2.54 Lot 23 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
Lot 24 Block 423 ............ Frank A. Cl land ................ 2.54 Lot 1 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 25 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 2.54 Lot 2 Block 429 ............ The Clewlston Co. _............... 1.70
Lot 26 Block 423 ............ The Clewlston Co. ....m......... 2.54ot Lot 3 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
', 28 Block 423 ............ Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54 Lot 4 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 29 Block 423 ............ Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54 Lot 5 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 ..( "
Lot 30 Block 423 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.541 I Lot 6 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.70 -
Lot 31 Block 423 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 7 Block 429 .........:.. The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 32 Block 423 ............ The Clcwiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 8 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
riot 33 Block 423 ............ The Clcwlston Co. ................ 2.54 I Lot 9 Block 429 ..._....... The Clewiston Co ................ 1.98
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ot 34 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 10 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
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.ot 35 Block 423 ............ Tho Clcwiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 11 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
.ot 36 Block 423 ...........:: The Clewstol1 Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 12 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
'ot 37 Block 423 ............ The CleWIS ton Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 13 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
'ot 38 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 14 Block 429 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
'Jot 39 Block 423 ............ The Clewston! Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 15 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
fJOt. 40 Block 423 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.54"Jots Lot 16 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
1-2 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 17 Block 429 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
.'Jots 3-.1 Block 424 ............ The Clewlstoll Co. ................ 2.541 Lot 18 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
ots 5-6 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 'Lot 19 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12
'.ots 7.S Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 20 Block 429 ............ ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lots 9-10 Block 424 .......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 21 Block 429 ............: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
!.rots 11-12 Block 424 ........ The Clcwiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 22 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
rots 13-14 Block 424 ........ The Clcwiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 23 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12
Tots '15-16 Block 424 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 1 Block 430 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lots 17-18 Block 424 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 2 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Lots 19-20 Block 424 .....:.: .- The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 3 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
..ots 21-22 Block 424 ........ The Clewistoll Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 4 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
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.', 'ot 23 Block 424 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 5 Block 430 ............ ,: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

Tot 25 Block 424 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 6 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
rot 26 Block 424 ..,......... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 7 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
rot 27 Block 424 .,..,,...... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.981"ot Lot 8 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
28 Block 424 ............ The Clewlston .Co. .............,.. 1.98 Lot 9 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
J : < Lot 29 Block 424 .....,...... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 10 Block 430 .........,.. t The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.55
? :, Lot 30 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 11 Block 430 ............ ;.< > The Clewiston Co. ...............:. 1.56
4 rot 31 Block 424 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98Lot Lot 12 Block 430 .... ......... :, The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lot 13 Block 430 ............ .; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
32 Block 424 ....,....... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 14 Block 430 ........ ... ., The Clewiston Co. ................
1.55
Lot 33 Block 424 ..,......,.. The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 15 Block ............ The Clewiston Co. ................
424 The Clewiston ..... ... 430 1.56 I
Lot 34 Block ............ Co. ... ..... 1.98
'oo ( f Lot 16 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.55
Lot 35 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 17 .... .... : The Clewiston Co. ................
Block 430 .. .. I.5G
The Clewiston .... ..
0 Lot 36 Block 424 ........... Co. ......... 1.98
Lot ........ The Clewiston Co. ................
18 Block 430 .... : 1.56
Lot 37 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 19 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................
1.56
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Lot 38 Block 424 ..... .... The 'Clewiston Co. .. ..... ..... 1.98
Y Lot 39 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 20 Block 430 ............ The Clewlston! Co. ................ 1.56 i;;'
Lot 21 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................
Lot 40 Block 424 ............ .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 1.56 ..\<
Lot 22 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
0' Lot 41 Block 424 ............ The 'Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 "-
Lot 23 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 .. .
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Lot 42 'Block 424 ............ The "Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ,'
Lot 24 Block 430 ............ ?' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lot 43 Block 424 ............ The 'Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
o '. The Lot 1 Block 431 ............ .. ... The Clew ston Co ................ 1.98
Lot 44 ... Clewis ton
Block 424 .... ..... Co. ................ 2.40
Lot 2 Block .. ... The Clewiston Co. ...............
431 ....
1.70
Lot 1 The Clewiston .
Block 425 ............ Co. ................ 3.38
Lot 3 Block ....... :: The Clewiston ................
431 .. .. Co.
1.70
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Cot 2 The Clewis
Block 425 ............ ton Co ................ 2.54
Lot 4 Block ... The Clewiston .......... ...
431 ......... Co. ..
Tot 1.70
3 Block The Clewiston
425 ............ Co. ................ 2.54 '
Lot 4 Block The Lot 5 Block 431 .m......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
425 ............ Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54
rot 5 The Clewiston' Lot 6 Block 431 .........,.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Block 425 ... ........ Co. ................ 2.54
\ Lot 7 Block 431 ....... .. The Clewiston Co. ................
.. 1.70
Lot 6 Block 425 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.54
Lot 8 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 7 ..
Block ....
425 ...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 "
Lot 9 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 8 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ .
2.54
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Lot 10 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. .. ..... .... 2.26
Lot 9 Block 425 ........ ... : The .. .
Clewiston Co. ..... ......... 2.54 '
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Lot 11 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston ,Co. .. 1.84
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Lot 10 Block 425 ............ .. The Clewiston ...
Co. .... .........
3.38
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Lot 12 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. 1.84
Lots 11-12 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston ...........
Co. ..... 3:10:
Lot 13 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
o Lots 13-14 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. ..... ..........
.: ; 2.54 Lot 14 Block 431 ............. The Clewiston Co. ...__........... 2.26
Lots 15-16 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................
2.54 Lot 15 Block 431 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
) Lots 17-18 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston ......
Co. _.......
2.54 Lot 16 ... ...........
Block 431 ......:..... ... The Clewiston Co. 1.70
Lots 19-20 Block 425 ........ The Clewlston Co. ................ ..
2.54 Lot 17 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......._......... 1.70
Lots 21-22 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston ........
Co. ........
O""C 2,54Lots Lot 18 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......_......... 1.70
23-24 Block 425 ........ Clewiston .......
The Co _.......
2.54 Lot 19 Block 431 ...........: :. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lots 25-26 Block 425 ........ The Clewlston .... '" .
Co. .....
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3.10 Lot ..... .....
20 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. .. 1.70
Lot .27 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 21 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70

:= Lot 28 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 22 Block 421 .......,.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70

Lot 29 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 23 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
C'd Lot 30 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 1 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. .:.............. 1.84

Lot 31 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 2 Block 432 ............ .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

Lot 32 Block" 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 3 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
a Lot 33 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 4 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...........:.... 1.56

Lot 34 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 5 Block 432 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ........;....... 1.56

Lot 35 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co., ................ 1.98 Lot 6 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

Lot 36 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 7 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...........,.... 1.56

Lot 37 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 8 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

JJ 0 Lot 38 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 9 Block 432 ......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 J\

Lot 39 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 10 Block 432 ..........::. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 f'-iL

riot 4 O. Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 11 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84

Lot 41 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 12 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84

Lot 42 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 13 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 2.40

Lot 43 Block 425 .......,.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 14 Block 432 .......,.... The Clewiston Co. ...:............ 1.84

Lot 1 Block 426 ..........? The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 15 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

Lot 2 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 16 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

M = Lot 3 Block 426 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 17 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

Lot 4 Block 426 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 18 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

0 Lot 5 Block 426 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 19 Block: 432 ............' The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.56

Lot 6 Block 426 .........,.. The, Clewiston Co. ............... 1.56 Lot 20 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
c::> I Lot 7 Block 426 ............' r The Clewiston Co. ,................ 1.56 Lot '21 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

'Lot 8 Block 426 ............ _, The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 22 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84

-. Lot 9 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 1 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70

.,v.1r ,' Lot 10 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 2.40 Lot 2 Block 433 ............ ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
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.,0....,, Lot 11 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 3 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
"i'' Lot '12 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 4 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

.: Lot 13 Block 426 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 5 Block 433 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
!. COEB3EV 'K Lot 14 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 6 Block 433 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56

Lot '15 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,70 Lot 7 Block 433 ............ The. Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
r : Lot 16 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 I Lot 8 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co; ................ 1.56

..: O Lot 17 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 9 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70

Lot 18 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....:........... 1,70 Lot 10 Block 433 ............ '. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12

: Lot 19 Block 426 .......,.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 Lot 11 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84

;, ., ,, Lot 20 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 12 Block 433 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84

>, Tot 21 Block 426 ........,.., The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 13 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26

r: ':. Lot 22 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 14 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84

,,t Lot 1 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 15 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

Lot 2 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 16 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
: Lot 3 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 17 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 f,
( : : Lot 4 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 18 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ;............... 1.56' :\

ir Lot 5 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 I Lot 19 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

L Lot 6 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 20 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Tot 7 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....m......... 1.70 Lot 21 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
t;" Lot 8 Block 427 ............ .: :Y The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 22 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
2' Lot 9 Block 427 ............ .. ; The Clewiston Co .......oo....... 2.40 Lot 1 Block 446 ............ !.," The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68
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Lot 10 Block 427 ............ ? The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 2 Block 446 ............ ., The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 11 Block 427 ............ e The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 3 Block .446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 12 Dlock' 427 ............ ,-: The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 4 Block 446 .........;.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.2T.
Lot 13 Block 427 .......:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 : Lot 5 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.21
fl/' .., Lot 11 Block 427 ............ The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 6 Block 446 ...........: : The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26

Lot 15 Block 427 ............ .' The Clewiston Co. ........:....... 1.70 Lot 7 Block 446 ............' The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 16.I Block 427 ............ The Cewistoll! Co. ................ L70 'Lot 8 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 17 Block' 427 ............ ". The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 9 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 18 Block 427 ............ The Ciewistoll Co. ......_......... 1. 7 0 Lot 10 Block 446 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
,.' Lot 19 Block 427 ............ '- The Clewston! Co. ................ 3.10 Lot '11 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26

'\.' Lot ,0 Block 427 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 12 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68

r: Lnt 21 Block 427 ............ The Clewlstoll Co. ................ 2.26 Lots 13-14 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 22 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lots 15-16 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................. 3.10
F. Lot 1 Block 428 ......,..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 17-18 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 2 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 19-20 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 3 lllock 428 "'.."..... The Clewistol\. ................ 1.84 Lots 21-22 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 4 Block 428 ............ .: The Clewlston 'Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 2324'Block 446 .......: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Tot 5 Block 428 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.84 I Lots 25-26 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
T.ot G Block 428 ............ The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 27-28 Block 446 ......... .'. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 7 Block 428 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 29-30 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot S Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 31-32 Block 446 ........ The Clewistou! Co. ................ 3.10 .
Lot 9 Block 428 ............ The Clewist.on Co. ................ 2.54 Lots 33-34 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 ,
Lot 10 Block 428 .....:...... The Clewlston- Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 35 Block 446 ............ Jordan Eilers ..........:............. 3.10'
Lot 11 Block 428 ............ The Cleviston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 36 Block 446 ............ Jordan Eilers ........................ 3.80
Lot 12 Block 428 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 1 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. m............. 3.80
Lot 13 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.8-1 Lot 2 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.21
Lot 14 Block 428 ............ The Ciewistoll Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 3 Block 447 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24
Tot 15 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 4 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24
Lot J Ii Block 428 ............ The Clcwiston Co. ..::........:... 1.84 Lot 5 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.21
Lot 17 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 6 Block 447 ............. The Clewiston Co _............... 3.24
Tot 1R Block! 4.,8 ............ The mCHviston Co. ................ 1.84T Lot 7 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co: ............_... 3.24
.,.t 11!) Block 4 8 ............ The lewiston Co ................ 2.82 Lot 8 Block 447 ............. The Lewiston Co. ................ 3.24
Lot 20 Block 428 .ro........; Th Clewiston Co. :..;;.....:..::.; 2.26 Lot 9 Block 447 ....I..u The CUwiston Co ....a..h..,.... 3.24
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Lot 10 Block 447 ............ f The Clewiston Co ................ 3.2.4 Lot :34 Block 453 __....,....: The Cle'Ti ton Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 11 Block 447 ............ The Clewis ton Co ..---........... 3.24 Lot 35 Block 453 .....,.,.... ,. The CIewiston Co. ............___. 3.8.0
Lot 12 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.08 Lot 1 Block 495 .........:.: Tie Clewiston Co. _............... 1.70
Lot 13 Block 447 ............ ;: The Clewiston Co. -................ 4.08 Lot 2 Block 495 ._......:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 14 Block 447 ............ '; The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 3 Block 495 .. ....___.. The; Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot .15 Block 447 ............ f The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 4 Block 495 ............ The Clewistol1 Co. ................. 1.70
Lot 16 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. __..........._.. 3.24 Lot 5 Block 495 ......:..... The C'.ewi5ton Co. ................ 1.';,J)
e Lot 17 Block 447 ............ a l' The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot C Block 4.95 ..........._ T: e C.cw1s'cn' Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 18 Block 447 ............ J 0 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 7 Block 495 ._.......... The. Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
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Lot 19 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 8 Bleck 495 ......_.__.. ... e CCWi3: Ca. __.............. 1.98
Lot 20 Block 447 ............ -i.... ,) The Clewiston Co. -......-........ 3.24 Lot 10 Block 495 ............ P.Irs.I.: L. Portteus ............ 1.93
Lot 21 BlocK 447 ............ t "_,: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 11 Block 495 __.......... The Clewiston Co. ._.....__....... 3.10
Lot 22 Block 447 ............ too; :! ,The Clew ston C Lot 23 Block 447 ............ k.l. The Clewlston Co: ................ 3.,4 Lot 13 Block 495 _........... Henry & Annie Payette ........ 2.54.
i Lot 24 Block 447 ............ ."i1 The Clewiston Co. ................ '.80 Lot 14 Block 195 ............ Claude L. Becket ................. 2.54
Lot 1 Block 448 ............ .[;. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 15 Block 195 ..__........ Annie L. Marshall ......:....... 2.54
Lot 3 Block 448 ,"""'.''''' )1 The Clewiston Co. ............._.. 1,98!) Lot 16 Block 495 ..........._ Tillie Pavlik ...................__... 1.70
Lot 4 Block 448 ............ I r The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,98! Lot 17 Block 195 ........._.. The Clewicton Co. ...........__... 1.93
Lot 6 Block 448 ............ p The Clewiston'. __.............. 1.98!) Lot 13 Block 495 .._......... The Clewiston Co. ..._............ 1.95
Lot 7 Block 448 ............ Li; : I The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 1 Block 498!) .....__..... The Clewiston Co. .........._..._. 1.70
j .... Lot 9 Bloc 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 2 Block 498 .........-. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1:70
: Lot 10 Block 448 ............ '. ; The"'Clewiston Co. ..,.........__.. 1.98 Lot 3 Block 198 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70'
:" ,", Lot 11 Block 4148 ............ If' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98!) Lot 4 Block 4)8!) ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 12 Block 448 _........... Y- The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 5 Block 498 ....... ____ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
'ot-:: '. Lot 14 Block 448 ............ 1 The Clewiston Co. ....__.......... 1.98 Lot 6 Block 498' ...__....... The Clewiston Co. ........_....... .98
Lot 16 Block 448 ............ '. The Clewisten Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 7 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 17 Block 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. .._............. 1.98 Lot 8 Block 498 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ............._.. 2.54
o' Lot 19 Block 448 ........_.:, "r' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 9 Block 498 _...._...... Mary C. Simms '.............__..... 1.70
Lot 20 Block 448 ............ The clviston\ Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 10 Block 498 ............ G. W. Fuquay.:................. 1.70
Lot 22 Block 448 ............. '-\ j' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 11 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
; ; ; Lot 23 Block 448 .....:...... .{ The Clewis ton Co. .........._..... 1.98I Lot 13 Block 498 ............ The. Clewiston, Co. ................. 1.79
i Lot 1 Block 449 ............. : ::' :! The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 15 Block 498 .__......... Edith Taylor ........................ 1.70
4 :, I Lot 2 Block 449 ............ _. :;+ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 16 Block 498 ...._....,.. The Clewiston Co. __..........__.. 1.70
: Lot 3 Block 449 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98I Lot 17 Block 498 ..........._ The Clewiston Co. .........,....... 1.70
;':: / Lot 4 Block 449 ............ :. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 18 Block 498 .........._. The Clewiston Co. ......._._...... 1.98
,t' .! ,', ::: o I Lot 5 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co .......__....... 1.9S All Block 38 ......__._........__ The Clewis ton Co -................ 2.75
.. Lot 6 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,98 All Block :39 .............__..... The Clewiston Co. ....-..--....... 2.75
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Lot 7 Block 449 __.......... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 40 .................... The Clewiston Ce. ...........: ... 1.14
Lot 8 Block 449 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 41 ...:................ .. The Clewistol1 Co ................ .86
Lot 9 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block. 42 .................... The Clewiston Co. ...:......_..... .86
Lot 10 Block 449 .......,...:. ':.. The Clewiston Co. ..........._.... 1.98 All Block 43. __.................. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
t''j ':"_ ., Lot 11 Block 449 ............ y. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 44 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 12 Block 449 __.......... : The Clewiston Co. .............__. 2.40 All Block 45 .....__.__:...:. ... The Clewiston Co. __...__......... 2.40
Hi 2 Lot 13 Block 449 ............ ."' #'1 The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 ; All mock 46 ....;...........___. The Clewiston Co. ..._.........__. 5.20
Lot 14 Brock 449 ............ ,; J The Cle\viston Co. .........._..... 1.98 All Block 47 ..0.0._............. The Clewiston Co. ___.............. 5.20
Lot 15 Block 449 ............ ; .v The Cle\viston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 18 ...... .___......__ S The Clewiston Co. __.............. 2.40
L : U"J Lot 16 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. .....__.__...__. 1.98!) :' All Block 49!) ..............:..... The Clewston Co. ................ 4.50
) : Lot 17 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. .....__......... 1.98 i All Block 50 _...._____.......... The ClewIS ton Co. .__......__..... 3.80
Lot 18 Block! 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 51 ..............:..... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.80
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__ Lot 19 BlocK 449 ............ 0 The Clewis ton Co. .....__......... 1.98 All Block 52 ...............____. The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.80:
Lot 20 Block 449 ............ : : The Ciewiston Co. ..._............ 1.98 All Block 53 ........_.___....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 21 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. .___.....__..... 1.98 All Block 54 :..........__....... The Clewis ten Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 22 Block 449 ............ ... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 55 ......_.....:... ..._ The Clewiston Co. ._____..._...... 1.98
Lot ,23 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......._........ 1.98 All Block 56 ...........> .....:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
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Lot 24 Block 449 _........... The Clewiston Co. ........_....... 1.98 All Block 57 ......_ .____.___.. The Clewiston Co. .. .........__.. 4.50
Lot 1 Block 450 ............ ',. .. The Clewiston Co. .............::. 2.12 All Block 58 ___..:.....'.......__ The Clewiston Co. ..........._.... 4.50
Lot 2 Block 450 ............ .:: The Clewiston Co. ..........._.... 2.12 All Block 59 __.... .:.::........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
-, Lot 3 Block 450 ........:... :, The Clewiston Co. ..__............ 2.12 All Block 60 .__............:._.. ;- The Clewiston Co. ............__.. 4.50
.., oj Lot 4 Block 450 ............ :. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 61 ........__.....:.... .-1, The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 5 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co. .....___........ 2.12 All Block 62 ..........__........ The Clewiston Co. .....__......... 1'.9S.
r Lot 6 Block 450 ............ '., The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 63 ........:....:.:.... "S The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
'. Lot 7 Block 450 ............ .'f The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 I All Block 64 ......::......:..... The Clewiston Co. __.............. 1.98 .
Lot 8 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 i All Block 65 ....:.......:....;.. ,,; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14
Lot 9 Block 450 __.......... : The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68 : All Block 66 ...............:.... '. The Clewiston Co. .._............. 1.14
Lot 10 Block 450 ............ .:t. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 All Block 67 ..:_.___...___::...: '," The Clewiston Co. ___..___.....__. 1.14
Qj Lot 11 Block 450 ............ The Clewis ton Co ................ '1.:18!: All Block 68 ....:........::.___.: .... :-. S The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.00 "
"< Lot 13 Block 450 ............. '. The Clewis ton Co. ........__...... 1.98 I All Bloc 69 ........-- '. :.... : The Clewstoll Co. --.............. 3.80 ;
Lot 14 Block 450 ......:-2..... The ClewIs ton Co. ................ 1:98: All Block 70 ...........::........ The Clew stoll Co. ....__....0..... 4.50
Lot 16 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....__.......... 1.98 I All Block 71 ....__......:....... .:'\0 The Ciewlston Co. ................ 3.10
9 Lot 17 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co ..............__ 1.98 All Block 72 ____.......:__.___.. ';: The C1ewiston Co. ..........__.... 6.60
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'. Lot 20 Block 450 ............ The ClewIs tOll Co. ................ ", .54 All Block 73 .___.........;:..... The Clewiston Co. .......:!'.....; 2.26
35&M fg! !? j Lot 21 Block 450 ............ The Clewlstol1 Co. ................ 2.54 I All Block 74 h..........:....... The Clewiston Co. .........__..... 2.26: ..
Let 22 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co. ._.............. 3.10 All Block 75 ____..":..... :.... The Clewiston Co. .....h........ 6.60 .,'tAll
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i Lot 1 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. .....__......... 2.12 mock 76 .................... The Clewiston Co. .__..............,: 3.10 )
\ Lot 2 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 14.30 All Block 77 ........__.....:... The Clewistoll Co. ..........._ 3.45
.,. "' Lot 3 Block 451 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.12 Alt Block 78 .................. The Clewiston Co ............_..: 3.10
: ">. ., ". .r Lot 4 Block 451 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 79 __.................... The Clewiston Co. ................-.. 6.6Q
:?- Lot 5 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 16..10 All Block 80 except Lots
.".'". ,;:. .. Lot 6 Block 451 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 24 & 25 ........................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 6.90
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I ;. .; ..:, "' Lot 7 Block 451 ............ : The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.12 Lots 24 & 25 Block 80 .... Thomas G. Darnell ............ 2.26
,,1 (" Lot 8 Block 451 ...,......:. ".--= The Clewiston Co & I All Block 85 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
'.;: '\ ,.:;. ;: D. B. Allen ........................ 14.60 All Block 86 .................... The Clewston Co. ................ 3.10
t Lot 9 Block 451 ............ '.-: The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68 All Block 88 .................... The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.10 .
: Lot 10 Block 451 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.68 All Block 89 ................... The Clewiston Co. ......._,....... 4.50
t IJ Lot 11 Block 451 ............ j' ,The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 90 except Lot l' The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 'j
Lot 12 Block 451 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 14.30 Lot 1 Block 90 ...:.........:. :Mrs. R. E. Carpenter ............ 1.00
Lot 13 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 91 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
t:1: : Lot 14 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 92 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
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s'f'i: .. Lot 15 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 16.40 All Block 93 .................... The Clewiston Ca. ....___.__...... 4.50
j : ., roJ1 Lot 16 ''Blocl 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 94 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 17 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 95 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.10
j Lot 18 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 14.30 All Block 96' .................... The Clewiston Co. ............... 3.10
t'I ) Lot 19 Block 451 ........:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 All Block 97 .................. The Clewiston Co. ,.-..--...---..-. 3.10
,; :: Lot 20 Block 451 ....._...... The Clewiston Co. __.............. 2.40 All Block 98 ._...._............. The Clewiston Co. ......__........ 3.10
I. ; I Lot'' 21 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 99 ....__.....__.....__ The GIGwiston Co. ................ 3.10
,. : ', ,' Lot 22 Block 451 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 100 __.................. The Clewiston Co. ..____......,... .44
I Lot 23 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ........__...... 2.82 All Block 101 ....__........_...._ The Clewisloll Co. _.........__.... .44
, 1 < Lot 1 Block 452 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.2,1 All Block 108 .......... ... ..... The Clewiston Co. ............_... 2.75
i' Lot 2 Block 452 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 109 .___................ The Clewiston Co. .....___...__... 2.75
;1- Lot 3 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 All Block 110 _______............. The Clewiston Co. ....___......... 5.20
I It"i"f, Lot 4 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 111 __.:......__....___. The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.85
r :i Lot 5 Block 452 ..........:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 112 ._.................. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00
I Lot 6 Block 452 ...........: The Clewis ton Co. ..__............ 3.24 All Block 113 .................... The Clewiston Co. ......__........ 1.00
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' \ Lot 7 Block 452 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.54 All Block. 114 Less Canal
' Lot 8 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 R I "'. ............_.............._ The Clewiston Co. ..--............ .95
Lot 9 Block 452 ............ '; The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 All Block 116 ____...........:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.35
Lot, 10 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 All Block 117 .................... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 11 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Bloc 125 ..................... The Glewiston Co. ................ 1.14
Lot 12 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 129 .......:............ The Clewiston Co. .......,..___... .86
Lot 13 Block 452 ............ ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 130 .................... The CJewiston Co. ..m_._........ 3.45
Lot 14 Block 452 ......_..... w The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 206 '...........,........ .. The Clewiston Co. .......__._..__. 1.56
'aJ 1 1i Lot 15 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All mock 210 _...____.___........ The ClewistoM Co. ................ 3.10
t Lot 16 Block 452 _........... ,J The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 212 .................... The CJewistoll Co. --.............. -
j'I j ", Lot 17 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......._..__.... 3.24 All Block 213 ....___............. The Clewiston Co. __.._.....__.... 1.3S
'Ii i Lot 18 Block 452 ..__........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 214 ..__._._......::.... The Clewislon Co----------------- 3.80
Lots 19-20 Block 452 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 8.70 All Block 21i: .................... The Clewiston Co.--_ .72
i Lot 21 Block 452 ............ The ClewislonCo.. ............__.. 2.40 All Block 216 .___....__........._ The Clewiston Co __._____........ -S6
Lots '22-23 Block 452 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 8.70 All lllock 217 .................... The elewistoll Co. :............... .86
Lot 1 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....__.......... 2.26 All lllock 218 .__....__........... 'l'I0 Clewiston Co. ......._......._ 1.11
Lot 2 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 220 .................... The Clewiston Co. ............;C.. .72
Lot 3 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 230 _..__............... The Clewistoll Co. _...........!... .4*
Lot 4 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 231 ......___.m___._.. The Clewiston Co. __.__........... ,44
Lot 5 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 232 ___....._._...._._.. The Ciewistoll Co. .___....__..__.. 1.70
Lot 6 Block .453 ............ The Clewiston Co. __.............. 2.26 All Block 233 __........_._....... The Clewiston Co. :............... 3.10
Lot '7 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ........._..__.. 2.26 All Block) 234 ._._................ The Clewiston Co,. ................ 5.20
Lot 8 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 235 .................... The Clewiston Co. .......,....... 4.15
Lot 9 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...........__... 3.24 All Block 236 ......._............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 10 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 237 .................... The Clewiston Co. ......._........ 4.15
Lot 11 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook ..._................ 3.10 All Block 238 ..............._.... The Clewlston o. ................ 1.70
I Lot 12 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 239 .................... The Clcwi.ston Co. .........-.-.... 3.10
I Lot 13 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 240 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 14 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 Ali Block 241 .................... The ClewistoIl' Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 15 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 242 .................... The Clewiston Co.-.. 3.10
Lot 16 Block 453 ............ The ClewistoIl Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 243 .................... The Clewiston Co. _............... 5.20
\ Lot 17 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 244 _..........._...._.. The Clewiston Co. .....--.--...... 3.80
Lot 18 Block 453 ...._....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 245 .................... The Clewistoll Co. ................ 5.80
Lot 19 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ........__...... 3.10 All Block 246 ..._____............ The Clewiston Co ...._....__..__. 3.80
Lot 20 Block 453 ............ The ClewistoIl Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 247 .................... The Ciewistoll Co. _............... 3.80
I tb Lot 21 Block 453 ............ The Clewbton Co. ........__...... 3.10 All Block 248 __..............:... The Clewis ton Co. .......:__.:.... 3.10
Lot 22 Block 453 ............ The ClewistoIl Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 249 ..................... The Clewiston Co. .............._. 3.10
Lot 23 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 950 .._...............:. The Clewis ton Co----------------- 3.10
Lot 24 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 251 ........._._____:.... The .Clewiston Co. ................ 2.10
Lot 25 Block 453 ............ The Clewislon Co. ._..._.......... 3.10 All Block 253 .........._......... The Clewiston Co. ..............-. 1.00
Lot ............__.._... The Clewistoll Co. .._:........... 1.00
26 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 25.1
Lot 27 Block 453 .......:.... The ClewistoIl Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 255 ......._........._.. The Clewis ton Co.--?_....:.. l.Op
Lot 28 Block 453 ..........,. The Clewistoll' Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 256 .................... The Clewiston Co .._.........-.. ld4
Lot 29 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 257 ................._.. The ClewIs tOll Co. ....._.......... 1.14
I Lot 30 __...... ... ....... The Clew"1ston Co ................ 1.14
Block 453 ............ The Clewist Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 258 .
Lot 31 Block 453 ............ The ClewistoIl Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 259 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.14
Lot 32 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 260 ................... The Clewistoi Co. .............;.. 1.14
I Lot 33 Block 453 ............ H. L. Gramstadt ................ 3.10 J All Block 261 ...........;;".....1 The Clew ton Co. .............;.: 1.14


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All Block 262 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ................ .. 1.14 All Block 541 .............._.... The Clewisto Co. ................ 2.40
All Block 263 .................... The ClewIston Co ................ 1.14 All Block 542 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
All BIeelc 26-1 ........._......... The Clewis ton Co ................ 1.14 All Block 543 .................... The Clewfston Co. _............... 3.24
All Block 265 ......_........._._. The Clewis ton Co. .....___.._.. 1.14 All Block 544 except Lots
All Block 2GG __.._............... The ClC''liston Co ................ 1.14 1, 2 & 7 ............:..__.....__ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2,56/ .
All DIcck 267 .................... The Cicwiston Co ..__............ 1.14 Lots 1 & 2 Block 544 ....-... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1'.00
All Block 269 .................... TIle Clcwiston Co ............:... 1.70 Lot 7 Block 544 ............ Emeory Flucklnger & Marie "
All Blocl 270 ......._............ The Cle..iston Co. ................ 3.10 Rcindlesbacher ...........__... 1.30 "
All Block 271 ........___......... The Clewislon Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 545 ........--.......... Tie Clewfston Co. _._............. 3.24 : '..
An Block 272 .................... ,. The Clewis ton Co ................ 1.28 All Block 546 ..................:. The ClewIston Co. ................ 4.85 : .
All Block 273 ...._............ ..: The ClewistOll Co. ................ 1,70 All Block 547 .................... The Clewiston Co.. ................\ 3.24
All Block 274 ....._.............. The Cle..iston Co. ._.............. 1.28 All Block 548 .................... The Clewston! Co. ................ 2.82
All Block 275 .................... The Ciewiston Co ....:........... 3.45 I All Block 549 .................... The ClewIs tall Co. ................ 2.26
All Block 27G ..................... 'r':e Ciewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 550 except
All Block 277 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 4 ...........................:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.91
All Block 278 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28 Lot 4 Block 550 ..........:. W. T. Frith .......................... 1.00
All Block 279 .................... ,_ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 551 .................... The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80
All Block 280 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 552 .................... The ClewIston Co. ..............., 3.45 H -
All Block 281 .................... The Clewlston Co. ........._...... 3.10 All Block 553 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
Air Block 282 .................... I The Clewis ton Co.- 3.10 All Block 554 ............:...__._ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 i
All Block 283 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 555 ..........-......... The Clewislon Co. ................ 3.80All .
AIl mock 284 .................... The CJewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Block 556 .................... The Clewis ton Co. .......-......... 3.45 Cl)
All Bock! 285 .................... T"c: Clcwiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 557 .................... The ClewIston Co. ................ 3.45 .
AU Block 286 ...............:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 558 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75 =
All Block 287 .................... The C'ewIston' Co. ................ 4.15 All Block 559 ........._......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 =
All Block 288 .................:.. The Ccwiston! Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 560 ..............:....: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 llo
AU Block 289 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 561 .................... The .Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45
All Block 290 ....:............... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 I All Block 562 .................... The ClewIston Co. ....: ........... 2.75 00icdo
All Block 291 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3".2-1 All Block 563 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75 ft
Ail Block 292 .................... The ewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 564 ............-....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3:10AU :
All mock 294 .................:. The Clewlston Co. ..............__ 1.14 Block 565 .................... The ClewIston Co. ................ 8.70
All lock 299 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00 I All Block 566 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14
All Block 300 .................... The C1ewiston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 567 .................... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.45 FzdeI
All Block 301 .................... The C1ewistoll Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 568 ..........__......... The Clewist: Co. ................ 1.14 ( )
An Block 302 .................... The Cewiston! Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 569 ..................:. The Clewiston Co. .............:.. 1.35 y
A l Block 306 .................... TIle Cewiston! Co. ................ 1.35 All Block 570 ........._......_:.: The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.14 ft
All Block 307 .................... The 0'ow1ston Co. ................ 1.35 All Block 571 ...................: The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.35
All Block 308 .................... 'j'JjC CIcwiston Co ................ 1,14 All Block 572 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 O.
All Block 309 ..................:.. The CJew1ston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 573 ...................: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00I
All Block 310 ................:....' The Cewiston: Co. ................ 1,28All All Block 574 .................. : The Clewston Co. ................ 1.42 =
Bleck 311 ..............:.....' The ClewIston Co. ................ 1.28 I :111 Block 575 ....................." The Clewlston Co.- ................ .86
All Block 315 .................... The C'ewIston Co. ................ 1.28 All Block 576 ...:................ .' The Clewlston Co. ..............? 1.14 o
All Block 316 .................... Thc ewIston Co. ................ 1.28 All Block 577 .................... The.ClewIston Co. ................ 1.14 '
All Block 317 .................... The C'ewiston Co. ................ 1.28 I All Block 578 ..........:......... '. The Clewis ton Co.-... 1.14 2
All Block 318 .................... Tie: Clewiston:: Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 579 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
All Block 322 ......:............. The ewlston Co. ................ .58 All Block 580 .................... ; The Clewiston Co. ............?.. 2.40 ';
All Block 323 ................:... 7're Oewiston Co. ...__........... .72 'All Block 581 ...........__....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28 :; .
All Block 324 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 All Block 582 .........:....__.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.35 : (t-
All Block 325 .................... The Cewiston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 583 .................... The ClewIston Co. __.............. 2.40 ;; ; :
All Block 326 .................... The CIewiston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 584 ____..........:..:. The Clewis ton Co.-....... 1.35 CBif ''., .
All Block 327 ....-............... 'rJ..o 'cwlston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 585 ...........__....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 G' -
All Block 328 .................... The Cewiston: Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 586 ..............:...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 .. : ..
All Block 329 .................... The C'ewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 587 .................. : The Clewiston Co. .....:........... .72 .J" t.
All DIock 330 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75 All Block 588 ...................; The Clewiston Co. ...........__... 1.84 :
AU Dlocl( 331 ............-........ The Clewiston Co. ._...,.......... 2.75 All Block 589 ..................:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 ,;, '> <': ; .
All Block 332 ................:... The Clewiston Co. ___............. 2.75 All Block 590 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.40 ---.' .
All Block 333 ..n.---. T'o] Clewiston Co. __...,.......... 2.75 All Block 591 Less n. n. ..' The Clewlston Co. ....__.......... 2.12 < : ;
All DIeck 334 ...,................ The Clewiton; Co. ........,........ 1.70 All Block 592 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 .' .; :'
All Block 335 .................... The C1ewiton Co. :.._............ 1.7 0 All Block 593 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 ...:.: ..<.; ,
All Block 3"36 .................... Tls Clewi:>ton Co. ................ 1.70 All Block 600 .................... The Clewis tOll Co. ................ .86 .\ -
All Block 337 .................... The Clewi'5ton Co. ................ 1.7 0 All Block 601 Less R. R. The Clewlston Co. ................ .86 : .- ,
,All Bloch 338 .................... 'r'l1e Clewi5toll Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 602 Less R. R. The Clewis ton Co. ................ .65 ; :"' "': j. .... .- "
All Block 339 .................... The Clcwlstoll'' Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 603 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ................ .65 : ;
All Block 342 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 604 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ................ .65
All Block 343 ....................
The ClewiEton Co. ................ 3.80 Country Club less CANAL
All Block 344 .................... The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.80 R I W ............................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 42.60
,All Block 345 .................... The Clewiston Co. ....___......... 3.45
Rolling Stock ..................... Fruit Growers Express ........ 1.14
All Block 390 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
;All Block 434 ...................: ': i.'he C1e.i'tou Co. ...__........... 1.28 -
All Block 435 .................... I The e'\-iston! Co. ................ .93
All Block 436 .................... The ClewIston Co. ................ 2.05 1 11Ili11l11l"1.IJ! 11I11I1Il1II1! i7; '1IUIIIIIIIIII1I! !IIIUIIIIIItIj'! \ '!IIIIIIII'II4; > 1II'fI! I!'!!"W1I1I1I1111I1I! 1I1II'III1JIr!: jIIIIIIIIIIIII; <; IIIIIIIIIII"! < "
All Block 437 .................... The: Clewiston Co. ................ 2.05
All Block 438 ..................:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.05 1 5. .
All Block 439 .................... The Ciewiston Co. ................ 2.40 .: -' -. .' .- .. 'I"'IIII'lIIlImrl"
All Block 440 ........ ........... : -
The 'WistOll' Co. ................ 2.40 I
All Block 441 ...,....,........... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.40 i ,, ; I
All! Block 442 ...............,.... The ewistoll Co. ................ 2,40
Al! Block 443 ...,...........,.... The C.cwiston Co. ....___......... 2.40
All Block 444 .................... The C'ewiston Co. ................ 2.40
All Block 4 GO.................... 'fl' CJcwston: Co. ................ .51 1 Newspaper Advertising Ii
Al! Block 461 ..............__.... The Clew j.ton Co. ................ _
An Block 162 Jess canal _

n I W ....-.............,......... ?le ewistoil Co. ............._.. .74 4Tr
All Block 463 .................... rClewiston Co. ................ _
All Block 464 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 11 _. Is The !
All Block 465 ..,................. The Cicwiston Co. ....__.......... .44 jl Best !
All Block .467 .".............,...'. : The Cle\\"Iston Co. ................ .44 '" .
All Block 4G8 ...........,........ The ClewIston Co. .__............. .44 J ,;:; ; i
All Block 478 ............ .. .... Ii ,
The CeIstoI1; Co. .........__..... 1.84 ; /
All Block 479 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ...._........... 1.14 _
j111 l! Block 480 ..............:....' The Cle\'iston Co. ......,......... 1.56 j, ,;. ,. : _
All Block 481 .................... The Cewston! Co. ................ 1.14 -' :" ... -
All Block 482 .................... The Clewiton::: Co. ................ .86 Ii B ', :, ; ,,;.-: ,..' > :: .'. : -i
All Block 483 ........::.......... The Clevslon! Co. ................ 2.05 Iii} ECAUSE -" -- ... .. .. .,t". -,--. ':- .
All Block 484 ....:............... T' e C ewon Co. ................ 1.00 = : : : ; : ; :. ::; ;, ( > IIi
All Block 485 .................... The Ctewlston Co. ................ .86 i: : ; :{: : ; : ; :; :: : : .
All Block 486 ....................- The Cewi: :;ton Co. ................ 1.21 1Fr: ;: 7/e'i'"f\. rnlII
All Block 487 ........,........... : The Clewi3'an Co. ................ .72 !II !;'. "" ( ::;>:.J : J
All DIeck 488 ........ .......... ._ < .
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.. The C'e;Aston: Co. ................ 1.00 i- : I III
All Block 489 ..................:, :. hc' CI wFt'n! Co. ................ .86 ** "
An Block 490 ..................? "he Cewiston: Co. ................ 1.00 ?
All Block 491 .................... fi."hc Clewt'ion Co. .........__..... .93 1. -Newspaper reading is a universal habit.
All Block 492 .................... : '11C C'ewitoll Co. ..........__.... 93 j' ?, .:'
All Block 493 ....:............... "he Clei'ison Co. ................ 1.42 : 1
All Block 494 .................... 110 C:ewis' on. Co. ................ 1.21 I" W' :I
All Block 496 ............_....... The 'C'ewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Iri, : 2. The newspaper is eagerly welcomed into '
All Block 497 .................... The CIewison Co. ............... 2.65 .. .J> ]
All Block 499 .................. The ii ii'i; .
ClcwstoI1! Co. ........_....... 3.10 ,.. the y- J=:
,\II Block 500 ......._........___ The CC17ist.on: Co. ................ 2.68 I .'. ..: home.I' .
All Block 501 ...................' The Clcwi :ton. Co. ................ 2.68 I'' y. ,
All Block 502 except ill 2i1I
Lot 1 G..............,............. ':"ho Clcv.lton; Co. ................ 4.24 I I: -,: t I I
Lot 16 Block 502'. ............ Charles Racker .................... 1.00 : 3. Newspapers almost without exception ""
All mock 503 except Lot 2 The Clcwi3ton Co. ................ 3.52
All All Block Block 504 505 .except...,............... The Clewlston Co. ................ 2,54 i II Iii! : refuse to take .advertisements from fakers, disf -
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Lots 7 & 14 .................... 'l'hee Clew lston Co. ................ 3.12 !
Lot 7 Block 505 ............ Mrs i.. O. Holdsworth ........ 1.00 i : honest merchants or unreliable firms.
Lot 14 Block 505 ............ Mr3. n. ('. Norton Dawson: 1.00 '.
All Block 506 -................... The Ce', iston Co. ................ 2.54 ;! : ;
All Block 507 ................:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.96 i! : ) :
AH Block 508 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 I ; c': 4. The cost per prospect is less than -
AU Block 509 .......h........ .. The CJewiston Co. ................ 2.96 i 3. any
All Block 510 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68 Ii I :\': I
Al Block 511 except ,: ,, /" other method.
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Lot 14 .......__.___...,.........;. The C1cwiston Co. ................ 2.12 1 .4,<. .'.. .
r, Lot 11 Block 511..........., 'fh2 Clrwiston Co. ................ 1.00 !b : '
. All Block 512 ..................... The cwlston Co. .....__......... 2.96 :. "/ .,
: Ail Block 513 ...................... Tl'e Clewlstoll Co. ................ 3.24 5. Your advertisement appearing: regularly
:: All Block 514 .................... The C'e..lizton Co. .. ............. 1.70 ,
; All Block 515 ...____............. The ewiston Co. ................ 1.70 i in of and .I
All mock 516 ..................? The C'cwiston Co' ................ 1.70 m. any .ne\v'3pap r standing prestige also
r \U mock 517 ........._.......... The r'nwlsto:1. Co. ....__.......... 1.70L.
All Block G18 .................... The Clcwfston Co. ................. 3.52 Ig marks 3Toiu business as one of standing and ,;
(_ All Block 519 .................... The ClcwistOIl Co. .___............ 3.2,1 :i '
l All Block 520 .................... '"'ho C'cwist Co. .. ............. 2.26 ii prestige.
k. All Block 521 .................. The C1cwiston Co. ................ 2.40 -
" All Block 522 .................... The CIE-wiston Co ....___......... 2.75 II; ,
All Block 523 .............:.... 'h3 Cewiston: Co. ................ 2.40
r3.z All Block 524 ............_..._... The Cl"wis' l 11 Co. ................ 2.5-1
All Block 525 .................... The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1,70 c- '
: An Block 526 .................... The ('ewlston Co. ................ 2.96 I. ,
, All mock 527 ......._........__. ';'hc C'cwiston Co. ............__.. 3.52 1- r
{. .A'l Block .528 ..... .. ... ...... '''he :
: : CIcwlston Co. ...___.......... 3.24 Rllil it&illiliiJllllI; ( '
';.5; All! mock 53.1 ................_... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 'IIII"I'ii If ;)!!!illlJ iJJl & .illJIUllillJ'' 5! IDLl ''I""II" jjjJll/l&/ 1

'" All Block 535 .................... The_ Ccwfston! Co. ................ 3.52.
'. A'1 Block 536:: .........._........ .I..o Cewiston, Co .........."..... 3.i r):: ."..
I' ; ',' All Block 537 .................;.. 'rho oWlsLon Co. ................ 3.45 I
: 1.11 Block 638 .................... The C'ewlston Co. ................ 2.61 r Read The Advertisements
All Block 539 .................... The CI ewis ton Co. ................ 2.40) .
l..ll Block 540 .... ....,, ....... The Cwistou C:>. ............ 2,7f}



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